[R] textbook on experimental design?
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Wed Sep 19 21:18:12 CEST 2001
kjetil halvorsen <kjetilh at umsanet.edu.bo> writes:
> Might be thta Montgomery's is becoming a classic, but
> to actually learn design of experiments for the first time from that
> book seems rather difficult to me. Better to go with an
> other classic, Bkox, Hunter & Hunter "Statistics for experimenters"
> (which exist in a spanish translation, if anyone interested)
> Kjetil Halvorsen.
Also, in this context one should probably mention Cochran & Cox:
Experimental Designs. Probably mostly as supplemental reading, it is
not much of a textbook, and it has the weakness that it doesn't have
anything about random effects. However, it is a classic (and the
slightly old-fashioned style can be quite charming for students), and
some may remember that good ol' Genstat came with a full set of worked
examples from that book to show how the model formulas would work out.
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