Chapman and Hall/CRC
A useful book for all experimental scientists and statisticians. Analysis of Two-way Layouts is the only book that presents a comprehensive treatment of two-way tables of measurement. The reader will be able to determine the structure of a set of data and this will provide more insight than the usual analyses with analysis of variance and covariance and tests of significance. This book determines how to analyze data in an objective way without relying upon preconceived models. To the extent that the models are used, they are based on a prior detailed examination of the data.
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Preface. Introduction. Statistics of the Straight Line. Structures of Two-Way Tables. Functional Expressions of Structure. The Row-Linear and Concurrent Structures. Graphical Representation of the Row-Linear Structure. Some Analysis of Variance. A General Representation of Two-Way Arrays. A Systematic Approach to the Analysis of Two-Way Arrays. Two-Way Analysis With Replication Within Cells. Interlaboratory Testing. Missing Values. Curve Fitting. Two-Way Tables With Quantitative Labels. Applications to Real Data Sets. One-Way Tables and the h Statistic. How Useful Are Models?