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Optimum Experimental Designs (Oxford Statistical Science Series) Hardcover – 20 Aug 1992


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The book is well laid out and is as beautifully produced as we have come to expect from the Oxford Statistical Science Series ... statisticians experienced in the design of experiments will undoubtedly find this book a thought-provoking reminder always to consider the objectives when designing experiments. (Times Higher Education Supplement)

...a condensed but authoritative statistical overview of the practice and theory of modelling, designing and analysing systematic experiments ... The techniques, many of which were developed by the authors, are clearly described and demonstrated in examples which are mainly of an industrial type. (P.J. Laycock, University of Manchester, Short Book Reviews (Publication of the International Statistical Institute))


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