[R] R: fractional factorial design in R
statistical.model@googlemail.com
statistical.model at googlemail.com
Mon Jan 23 21:19:56 CET 2006
> Yes, you're right. For, say, a 3 x 5 design, one can do this in as few as
7
runs -- but only in general by some version of one-factor-at-a-time (OFAT)
designs, which are inefficient. It is easy, via, say model.matrix() to
write a general function to produce these. But I think it's a bad idea; more
efiicient algorithmic designs are better, IMO, which is why I suggested
AlgDesign. You and others are free to disagree, of course.
Hi Bert,
thanks for your suggestion.
However, let us say that i need a 2x2x2x3x3x3 design, which should not be
too hard.
I've loaded AlgDesign, and i am aware now that gen.factorial allows me to
create a full desing. But how to create a main-effects-only factorial design
(orthogonal)?
I am still not able to produce what i need. The function
model.matrix.formula is not very clear... :(
Could you please indicate which syntax should i use? I'd really appreciate
your help.
Thanks in advance,
Roberto Furlan
University of Turin, Italy
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