# Statistics 402 Handouts

### Spring 2004

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### Handouts

- Syllabus
- Introduction to
Some Experimental Design Terminology
- Some Notes on Chapter 2
- Some Notes on Chapter 2 (continued)
- Linear Combinations of Means in Completely Randomized Designs
- Adjustments for Multiple Testing and Estimation
- Some Practice Problems for Multiple Testing and Estimation
- Checking Model Assumptions
- Two-Factor Analysis of Variance and SAS Handout on Two-Factor ANOVA
- SAS Handout for Example 6.3 (City/Sludge Example, One Categorical and One Quantitative Factor)
- SAS Handout for Example 6.4 (Salinity Example, Two Quantitative Factors)
- SAS Handout for Example 6.5 (Shrimp Example, 3-Factor ANOVA)
- Means vs. LSMeans and Type I vs. Type III Sums of Squares with Solutions
- Experiments to Study Variances
- Analysis with Multiple Observations Per Experimental Unit (Balanced Data Case) SAS Code and Output
- Analysis of a Split-Plot Experiment
- Analysis of a Split-Plot Experiment with the Whole-Plot Part as an RCBD SAS Output
- Some Notes on Mixed Models
- Some Mixed Model Practice Problems
with
Solutions
- Analysis of a Split-Split-Plot Experiment with the Whole-Plot Part as an RCBD
- Analysis of a Repeated-Measures Experiment with
SAS code and output

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