Nonresolvable Row-Column Designs with an Even Distribution of Treatment Replications
When generating experimental designs for field trials laid out on a rectangular grid of plots, it is useful to allow for blocking in both rows and columns. When the design is nonresolvable, randomized classical row–column designs may occasionally involve clustered placement of several replications of a treatment. In our experience, this feature prevents the more frequent use of these useful designs in practice. Practitioners often prefer a more even distribution of treatment replications. In...[Show more]
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