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The planning, conduct and analysis of scientific experiments, using examples from chemical, biological, genomic, and engineering sciences. Manipulation and visualisation of experimental data; advantages and disadvantages of various designs; coping with missing data and practical constraints. Introduction to design techniques and concepts including randomisation, blocking, structured treatments, balance and orthogonality, crossed and nested effects, pseudoreplication.
Note(s): Students who have passed 161.111 should take 161.220 before enrolling in 161.222.
|2021||Semester Two full semester||Internal||Manawatu Campus|
|2021||Semester Two full semester||Distance|
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