Latin square, Advanced Statistics

Latin square is an experimental design targeted at removing from the experimental error the variation from two extraneous sources so that a more sensitive test of the treatment effect can be attained. The rows and columns of the square depict the levels of the two extraneous factors. The treatments are represented by the Roman letters arranged such that no letter appears more than once in each row and column. The below drawn is an example of a 4 × 4 Latin square

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