[F&ES 757b]

Statistical Design of Experiments 

2014-2015
Credits: 3
Spring 2015: Not Offered
 

 

Principles of design for planned experiments, coupled with methods of analysis of experimental data. The course is applications-oriented using the results of established theory. The nuances, strengths, and weaknesses of a number of classical designs are discussed. These include completely randomized design, block designs, and split plot designs. The analysis of data from these designs is treated at length. This course also deals with the question of sample size estimation. Students may use R or SAS for the completion of assignments.

Prerequisites for F&ES 757:
F&ES 510: Introduction to Statistics in the Environmental Sciences
or equivalent coursework. Other Introductory Statistics Courses