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- Study Design and Analysis
- R. A. Fisher on the Design of Experiments and Statistical Estimation
- Statistical Methods, Experimental Design, and Scientific Inference
Study Design and Analysis
Statistical Methods for Research Workers is a classic book on statistics , written by the statistician R. It is considered by some to be one of the 20th century's most influential books on statistical methods, together with his The Design of Experiments According to Conniffe , p. Ronald A. Fisher was "interested in application and in the popularization of statistical methods and his early book Statistical Methods for Research Workers , published in , went through many editions and motivated and influenced the practical use of statistics in many fields of study. His Design of Experiments [promoted] statistical technique and application. The mathematical justification of the methods described was not stressed and, indeed, proofs were often barely sketched or omitted altogether
Inspired by broader efforts to make the conclusions of scientific research more robust, we have compiled a list of some of the most common statistical mistakes that appear in the scientific literature. We provide advice on how authors, reviewers and readers can identify and resolve these mistakes and, we hope, avoid them in the future. In this article we discuss ten statistical mistakes that are commonly found in the scientific literature. Although many researchers have highlighted the importance of transparency and research ethics Baker, ; Nosek et al. In our view, the most appropriate checkpoint to prevent erroneous results from being published is the peer-review process at journals, or the online discussions that can follow the publication of preprints. The primary purpose of this commentary is to provide reviewers with a tool to help identify and manage these common issues. All of these mistakes are well known and there have been many articles written about them, but they continue to appear in journals.
R. A. Fisher on the Design of Experiments and Statistical Estimation
Two-stage inference in experimental design using dea: an application to intercropping and evidence from randomization theory. In this article we propose the use of Data Envelopment Analysis DEA measures of efficiency, under constant returns to scale and input equal to unity, in the analysis of multidimensional nonnegative responses in the design of experiments. The approach agrees with the standard Analysis of Variance Covariance for univariate responses and simplifies the statistical analysis in the multivariate case. The best treatments provided by the analysis optimize a combined output defined by shadow prices, which are the solutions of the DEA problem. The approach is particularly useful for the analysis of intercropping crop mixtures experiments. In this context we discuss two examples. To properly address the issue of correlation and non-normality of DEA measurements in different experimental plots we validate the results via Randomization Theory.
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Statistical Methods, Experimental Design, and Scientific Inference
This article evaluates the strengths and limitations of field experimentation. It first defines field experimentation and describes the many forms that field experiments take. It also interprets the growth and development of field experimentation.
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