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Visualization for Experimental Designs

실험계획의 시각화

  • Received : 20110500
  • Accepted : 20110800
  • Published : 2011.10.31

Abstract

The lecture of the experimental designs consists of two main part-experimental designs and model analysis. Mostly, the progress of the visualization has been made on a model analysis. As the visualization of experimental designs, we can consider the visualization of Latin squares, supersaturated designs, and balanced incomplete block designs. We can propose the design plots as well as use the scatterplots and the scatterplot matrices for the visualization of experimental designs. Through the visualization of experimental designs, we can use the synergy effect in teaching the lecture of the experimental designs.

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