RESEARCH ON ANALYSIS OF VARIANCE AND DATA INTERPRETATION
Rept. for 1 Jul 1964-31 Dec 1965
IOWA STATE UNIV OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AMES
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Research on Analysis of Variance and Data Interpretation is described. Section 1 discusses estimation problems in variance component and mixed model problems. Section II considers the combination of information on estimable functions from distinct uncorrelated sources and justifies some of the common applications in experimental design problems. Section III discusses size and power under experiment randomization of several competitive tests for the paired design and presents conclusions about the high relative merits of the variance ratio randomization and the Wilcoxon tests. Section IV discusses the development of high speed computational methods for the calculation of fourth degree generalized polykays of variances and co variances of estimated variance components for balanced samples from balanced populations. Section V summarizes briefly papers on the design of experiments and multivariate responses in experiments and the 1965 Fisher Memorial lecture on experimental inference.
- Statistics and Probability