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Relative Efficiency of The Split-Plot Design

  • H. A. Abou-El-Fittouh (a1)

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Formulae are given to calculate the efficiency of the split-plot design, in which whole-plot treatments are arranged in randomized complete blocks. Efficiency for each of the whole-plot and split-plot treatment comparisons is discussed relative to three simpler designs. Tables are given to facilitate calculations for experiments in which up to five whole-plot treatments and five split-plot treatments are tested, using four, six or eight blocks.

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Abou-el-Fittouh, H. A. (1976). Expl Agric. 12, 145.

Relative Efficiency of The Split-Plot Design

  • H. A. Abou-El-Fittouh (a1)

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