design.dau {agricolae} | R Documentation |
These are designs for two types of treatments: the control treatments (common) and the increased treatments. The common treatments are applied in complete randomized blocks, and the increased treatments, at random. Each treatment should be applied in any block once only. It is understood that the common treatments are of a greater interest; the standard error of the difference is much smaller than when between two increased ones in different blocks.
design.dau(trt1, trt2, r, serie = 2, seed = 0, kinds = "Super-Duper", name="trt" ,randomization=TRUE)
trt1 |
checks |
trt2 |
new |
r |
Replications or blocks |
serie |
number plot, 1: 11,12; 2: 101,102; 3: 1001,1002 |
seed |
seed |
kinds |
method for to randomize |
name |
name of treatments |
randomization |
TRUE or FALSE - randomize |
kinds <- c("Wichmann-Hill", "Marsaglia-Multicarry", "Super-Duper", "Mersenne-Twister", "Knuth-TAOCP", "user-supplied", "Knuth-TAOCP-2002", "default" )
parameters |
Design parameters |
book |
Fieldbook |
Felipe de Mendiburu
1. Augmented (or Hoonuiaku) Design. Federer, W.T. (1956), Hawaii Plr. rec., 55: 191-208. 2. In Augmented Designs. Federer, W.T and Raghavarao, D. (1975). Bometrics, vol. 31, No. 1 (mar.., 1975), pp. 29-35
design.ab
, design.alpha
,design.bib
,
design.crd
, design.cyclic
, design.split
,
design.graeco
, design.lattice
, design.lsd
,
design.rcbd
, design.strip
library(agricolae) # 4 treatments and 5 blocks T1<-c("A","B","C","D") T2<-letters[20:26] outdesign <-design.dau(T1,T2, r=5,serie=2) # field book book<-outdesign$book by(book,book[2],function(x) paste(x[,1],"-",as.character(x[,3]))) # write in hard disk # write.table(book,"dau.txt", row.names=FALSE, sep="\t") # file.show("dau.txt") # Augmented designs in Completely Randomized Design trt<-c(T1,T2) r<-c(4,4,4,4,1,1,1,1,1,1,1) outdesign <- design.crd(trt,r) outdesign$book