Category:Experimental Design

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The arrangement and procedures used in an experimental study. Some general principles of good design are, simplicity, avoidance of bias, the use of random allocation for forming treatment groups, replication and adequate sample size.[1]

The links on this page relate to experimental designs commonly used in surveys. It is not intended as a general-purpose reference for experimental design.

References

  1. B. S. Everitt (2002): The Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics, Second Edition, Cambridge.