Group divisible design, Advanced Statistics

Group visible design is an arrangement of the v mn treatments in b blocks such that:

* Each block comprises k distinct treatments k5v;

* Each treatment is replicated r number of times;

* the treatments can be splitted into m groups of n treatments each, any two treatments happening together in λ1 blocks if they belong to the same group and in λ2 blocks if they belong to the different groups.

 

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