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ECON 445-001: Design and Analy of Experiment (Fall 2020)
Course Information from the University Catalog
Topics include comparing two or more treatments, and computing and interpreting analysis of variance. Discusses randomized block, Latin square, and factorial designs; and applications to economics experiments. Limited to three attempts.
Recommended Prerequisite: STAT 250 or 344, or MATH 351, or IT 250, or permission of instructor.
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