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Error ...... .... " . 23 115 Total .... .... 1, the treatment component could be subdivid d into 23 separate squares for single and mutually orthogonal contrasts. 1 uffices. Yields are classified according to temperature, and totals of the groups of 48 formed irrespective of quantity of material and period. , the main effect of factor T. Analogous calculations are used on four totals of 36 yields classified by quantity and the two totals of 72 classified according to period. From a classification of yields with respect to temperature and quantity simultaneou Jy, twelve totals of 12 yields per group are form dj the sum of squares with 11 dJ.

1, the treatment component could be subdivid d into 23 separate squares for single and mutually orthogonal contrasts. 1 uffices. Yields are classified according to temperature, and totals of the groups of 48 formed irrespective of quantity of material and period. , the main effect of factor T. Analogous calculations are used on four totals of 36 yields classified by quantity and the two totals of 72 classified according to period. From a classification of yields with respect to temperature and quantity simultaneou Jy, twelve totals of 12 yields per group are form dj the sum of squares with 11 dJ.

T .. " ' II ,. , IV .. V .. B, 3 C C B E E D D A C A E B A D D B C E A B B E D A and once on each leaf size; this secures that rows, columns, and treatments give sets of totals such that the corre ponding contrasts are mutually orthogonal, and the analysis of variance then becomes an obvious extension of that for randomized blocks. 2), this variance will be smaller than if a randomized block design had been based on rows (or columns) alone, leaving the variation between columns (or rows) to be included in the residual.

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