Statistics 4540/7540 Experimental Design
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Statistics 4540/7540 Experimental Design
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Review - Exam 2
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each problem, you must present all your
EXPERIMENTAL DESIGNS:
THE RANDOMIZED BLOCK
DESIGN
(Two-way ANOVA)
Randomized Block Design
The RBD utilizes experimental units that are matched
sets, assigning one from each set to each treatment.
The
Design & Analysis of Split-Plot
Experiments
Split-Plot Designs vs. Full factorial
With a 23 full factorial design most would choose to run
the 8 treatment combinations in a completely
randomized orde
MAKING INFERENCE:
CONFIDENCE INTERVALS AND
TESTS OF HYPOTHESIS
STATISTICAL INFERENCE
Statistical inference means drawing
conclusions about the population
parameters based on sample data. Two
ways of m
LATIN SQUARE DESIGN
A Latin square is a table filled with N different
symbols in such a way that each symbol occurs
exactly once in each row and exactly once in
each column.
If each entry of a Latin
Fixed, random, and
Mixed Models
Each term in a statistical model represents either a fixed effect or a random
effect.
Models in which all effects are fixed are called fixed-effects models.
Similarly,
SIMPLE LINEAR
REGRESSION
SIMPLE LINEAR REGRESSION ANALYSIS
The simple linear regression analysis
is the methodology of estimating
using the straight-line relationship,
the simplest of the models relat
EXPERIMENTAL
DESIGNS:
Completely
Randomized
Design
(One-way ANOVA)
ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE
A Designed Experiment is one for which the
analyst controls the specification of the treatment
and the method of
Binary Logistic Regression
Odds Ratio (OR)
OR is a measure of association indicating magnitude and
direction.
Commonly used in epidemiology
Ranges from zero to infinity
Approximates how much more
POLYNOMIAL REGRESSION
The simplest extension of the straight-line
model is the second-order polynomial, or
PARABOLA, which involves a second term
(quadratic) in addition to X:
The terms in the determi
Wednesday, January 22
Welcome to the class!
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STAT4540/7540
Lecture 1
Lecture 1
Read chapter 1
Basic concepts (p.1-8)
Example (p.9-16)
Objectives of Today
Syllabus
Overview of experimental design
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ST
Monday, February 24
Read chapter 6
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HW #3
Due: Friday, February 28,2014
Undergraduates: Problem 5.1-4, 30
Graduates: Problem
Wednesday, February 26
Read chapter 6.6
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HW #3
Due: Friday, February 28,2014
Undergraduates: Problem 5.1-4, 30
Graduates: Pro
Monday, February 17
Read chapter 4.5-4.8
HW #2
Due: Friday, February 21, 2014
Problem 4.1, 3, 4, 17, 32
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STAT4540/7540
Lecture 11
Lecture 11
Review
Missing value
RCBD with
Objectives of Today
Latin S