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Handling Missing Observations in the Two-way Analysis of Variance with Interaction

  • H. A. Abou-El-Fittouh (a1) and E. O. Taha (a2)

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Three procedures for handling missing values in randomized block experiments with more than one observation per plot are examined, and their effects on the resulting expectations of mean squares in the analysis of variance studied. Using the average of the available observations in the plot in which the missing value occurs has the least effect on the validity of the tests of significance and on the estimation of variance components.

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Abou-El-Fittouh, H. A. & Taha, E. O. (1975). Proc. 11th Stat. & Comp. Sci. Conf., Cairo University, Egypt, 27.
Federer, W. T. (1955). Experimental Design, Theory and Application. New York: Macmillan.
Le Clerg, E. L., Leonard, W. H. & Clark, A. G. (1966). Field Plot Technique. Minneapolis: Burgess.

Handling Missing Observations in the Two-way Analysis of Variance with Interaction

  • H. A. Abou-El-Fittouh (a1) and E. O. Taha (a2)

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