Book:Geoffrey Keppel/Design and Analysis: A Researcher's Handbook

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Geoffrey Keppel: Design and Analysis: A Researcher's Handbook

Published $\text {1973}$, Prentice-Hall

ISBN 0-13-200030-X.

Subject Matter


Part I: Introduction
one: An Introduction to The Design and Analysis of Experiments
Part II: Single-Factor Experiments
two: The Logic of Hypothesis Testing
three: Partitioning the Total Sum of Squares
four: Variance Estimates and the $F$ Ratio
five: Assumptions and Additional Considerations
six: Comparisons Among Treatment Means
seven: Orthogonal Analyses
eight: Multiple Comparisons
Exercises for Part II
Part III: Factorial Experiments with Two Factors
nine: The Advantages of Factorial Design and its Unique Contribution: Interaction
ten: Rationale and Rules for Calculation of the Major Effects
eleven: Comparisons among the Marginal Means and Simple Main Effects
twelve: Additional Comparisons involving Cell Means: Analysis of Trend, Interaction of Comparisons, and Multiple Comparisons
Exercises for Part III
Part IV: Higher-Order Factorial Experiments
thirteen: The Three-Factor Case: Interaction and the Basic Analysis
fourteen: The Three-Factor Case: Simple Effects and Comparisons
fifteen: Analysis of the General Case
sixteen: Structural Models of the Analysis of Variance
seventeen: Analysis of Experiments with Unequal Sample Sizes
eighteen: Analysis of Experiments with Nested Factors
Exercises for Part IV
Part V: Designs with Repeated Measures
nineteen: Single-Factor Designs
twenty: Two-Factor Designs
twenty-one: Higher-Order Factorials, Homogeneity Assumptions, and Structural Models
Exercises for Part V
Part VI: Designs Intended to Increase Error Variance
twenty-two: Analysis of Covariance
twenty-three: Randomied Blocks, Other Alternatives, and Evaluation of the Techniques
Exercises for Part VI
Part VII: Sensitivity of Experimental Designs and Controversial Topics
twenty-four: Sensitivity of Experimental Designs
twenty-five: Controversial Topics
Exercises for Part VII
twenty-six: Concluding Remarks
appendix a: Orthogonality of Sources of Variance
appendix b: Calculation of Orthogonal Polynomial Coefficients
appendix c: Statistical Tables
appendix d: Answers to Problems and Exercises
Author Index
Subject Index