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Roger Mead

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Initial Assumptions, We assume that it is standard practice to base an initial analysis of experimental data on a linear model including terms for blocks, treatments and covariates. This produces a summary analysis of variance, indicating the major components of variation relative to the fitted model, and tables of means (one- or two-way) as indicated from the analysis of variances, with appropriate standard errors.

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A REVIEW OF ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTAL DATA

Initial Assumptions, We assume that it is standard practice to base an initial analysis of experimental data on a linear model including terms for blocks, treatments and covariates. This produces a summary analysis of variance, indicating the major components of variation relative to the fitted model, and tables of means (one- or two-way) as indicated from the analysis of variances, with appropriate standard errors.