STAT 8200 Final Exam Sample
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Name:
1. Suppose that we wish to study the eects of three factors on cotton yields: nitrogen
added, planting depth, and planting date. The nitrogen and depth factors have
two levels each, and the date factor has
Analysis of a BIBD with PROC GLM - Intrablock Analysis
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Class Level Information
Class
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Values
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Number of Observations Read
Number of Observations Used
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The Mixed Procedure
Model Information
Data Set
Dependent Variable
Covariance Structure
Estimation Method
Residual Variance Method
Fixed Effects SE Method
Degrees of Freedom Method
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Lecture Notes
Basics of Experimental Design
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distribution is of interest.
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STAT 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 8 Due: Friday, Dec. 3
Example:
An experiment is designed to study pigment dispersion in paint. Four dierent
methods of mixing a particular pigment are studied. The procedure consists of preparing
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STAT 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 7 Due: Tuesday, November 30
Example:
Seven dierent hardwood concentrations are being studied to determine their eect
on the paper produced. However, the pilot plant can only produce three runs each
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STAT 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 6 Due: Thursday, Nov. 4
Example:
Suppose that in the redwing axseed example, the experiment was conducted in the same
way as described in lecture, with the exception that in each of the six plots pe
STAT 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 5 Due: Friday, Oct. 22
This lab is intended to highlight several ideas in the analysis of two-way layouts:
1. For unbalanced data, there are three distinct types of sums of squares whose values
are
STAT 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 4 Due: Tuesday, October 19
Example:
Nitrogen dioxide (NO2 ) is an automobile emission pollutant, but less is known
about its eects than other pollutants such as particulate matter. Several animal mo
STA 8200 Design of Experiments for Research Workers
Lab 3 Due Friday, October 1
Example:
As part of the production of a liquid medication, the producer, a large pharmaceutical
company, mixes batches of medication in large vats. To determine the degree to
STAT 8200 Design and Analysis of Experiments
Lecture Notes
Basics of Experimental Design
Terminology
Response (Outcome, Dependent) Variable: (y) The variable whos
distribution is of interest.
Could be quantitative (size, weight, etc.) or qualitative (pas
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The GLM Procedure
Class Level Information
Class
Levels
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pavement
3
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Number of Observations Read
Number of Observations Used
Values
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STAT 8200Design (and Analysis) of Experiments for Research Workers
Course Syllabus*Fall, 2017
Instructor: Dan Hall
Oce Hours: T,Th: 10:30am11:30am, and by appointment
Oce: Room 218, Statistics Building Phone: 542-3302
E-mail: [email protected]
Teaching Assi
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data diet1;
infile 'diet1.dat';
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run;
proc glm data=diet1;
class group week animalno;
model bodywgt=group animalno(group) week group*week / ss3;
contrast 'Vit. E vs control' group 2 -1 -1 ;
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STAT 8200 Midterm Exam II November 14, 2013
SHOW ALL WORK!
Name:
1. Suppose that a crop scientist wanted to study the effects of three factors on cotton
yields: nitrogen added, planting depth, and planting date. The nitrogen factor
has three levels; tw
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