This subject provides an introduction to the basic principles of the experimental planning process and a broad range of statistical models to deal with data coming from planned designs. Particular emphases is put on: (i) evaluating the pros and cons of various design strategies, and (ii) discussing the applicability of the statistical procedures according to the pursued objectives and the structural assumptions behind data. Statistical software is also used to complement the practical and theoretical learning.
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