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EMS Rules for Balanced Factorial Designs under No Restriction on Interaction
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 Title & Authors
EMS Rules for Balanced Factorial Designs under No Restriction on Interaction
Choi Byoung-Chul;
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 Abstract
Expected mean square(EMS) is an important part of conducting the analysis of variance in the experimental design problem, especially in mixed or random models. We present a set of EMS rules for balanced factorial designs under no restriction on interaction. Also we point out how to use the variance component of SPSS or SAS procedure to obtain EMS.
 Keywords
EMS;factorial designs;mixed models;random models;variance component;
 Language
English
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