Balanced incomplete repeated measures design (birmd), Advanced Statistics

Balanced incomplete repeated measures design (BIRMD): An arrangement of the N randomly selected experimental units and k treatments in which each and every unit receives k1 treatments 1 ≤ k1 < k, each treatment is administered to the r experimental units and each pair of treatments happens together the same number of times. Also see the balanced incomplete blocks.

 

 

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