[R] Balanced incomplete block analysis

Murray Jorgensen maj at waikato.ac.nz
Wed Oct 11 03:42:03 CEST 2000

At 07:12 AM 10-10-00 +0100, Prof Brian D Ripley wrote:
>On Tue, 10 Oct 2000, Murray Jorgensen wrote:
>> Excuse me everyone, but I don't have to teach this very often!
>> Has anyone got some R code for doing adjusted treatment means and the
>> recovery of inter-block information in the analysis of balanced incomplete
>> block designs?
>Do you have to do it that way?  These days one can just use lme to fit
>mixed models.  I realize that you might be forced into teaching
>old-fashioned stuff.

I'm certainly in that position for this year. I might do things differently
next year but it's only a kiwi third year course which probably equates to
UK second year (Oxford first year??) . I've just had a glance a Pinheiro &
Bates, which would certainly be out of the question. Has anyone any
recommendations for a half-course in introductory experimental design (the
other half is surveys)? 

There's an interesting-looking book by George W. Cobb sitting on my desk,
but I havn't yet had a chance to look at it.

Murray Jorgensen

>Brian D. Ripley,                  ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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