2062. A Construction Method for Latin Squares


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P A Coartney, J M Dr. Moser: 2062. A Construction Method for Latin Squares. 1992.



Most textbooks cover simple ANOVA techniques that handle factorial designs, but few give methods for reducing the number of trials. The most salient part of ”Real World” statistical analysis is that sample size is dictated by budget and schedule. The method of Latin Squares is an experimental design which allows for a significant reduction in trials for a factorial experiment if certain conditions are met. This paper presents a construction method for Latin Squares of prime order. Development of the technique is done through an example of the 5×5 case. Equations necessary to complete the technique are given in general form to facilitate program coding.


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