Title: How to Recognize a Split-Plot Experiment
Authors: Scott M. Kowalski, Kevin Potcner
Publication Source: Quality Progress, Vol. 36, No. 11, November 2003, pp. 60-66


    Not incorporating the experimental approach into an analysis can result in incorrect conclusions. One type of statistical design, known as the split-plot, is often more common in experimental situations than the completely randomized design. Several examples are used to help practitioners recognize the split-plot design.

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