Stat 567 - Statistical Design and Analysis of Experiments Credit Hours: 4
Prerequisites: An introductory statistics course
This is the home page for Stat 567. The general course description presents a broader view of the subject matter and general goals for this course than the course catalog description given below. This course is taught every Fall semester. Specific information and course details for the Fall 1998 section is given in link below.
Course Catalog Description:
A course in experimental design and the analysis of variance with particular emphasis on industrial experiments. Topics include: complete randomized, randomized complete block; latin square, and split-plot designs; orthogonal contrasts and polynomials; multiple comparisons; factorial arrangement of treatments; confounding; fractional replication. The course is molded around the complete analysis of good applied problems.