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Post by Anish Srinivasan on October 5, 2017

How do you draw a matched pair experiment design?

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Post by Benjamin Levendoski on July 7, 2017

Example V is a match pairs experiment. You are taking one plot of land dividing it into two sections. One sections gets A and one section gets B. Very similar to your 'one person two feet' example from before. A Completely randomize experiment would be you assigned 50 of the plots A and 50 of the plots B. Or assuming you still divide each plot into two sections: you would assign 100 sections A and 100 sections B. With this design they are eliminating the random opportunity for one plot of land to have both sections treated with A.

Planning & Conducting Experiments

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Objectives 0:09
  • Experiments vs. Observational Studies 0:44
    • Observational Study
    • Experiment
  • Example I: Experimental or Observational? 2:09
  • Example II: Experimental or Observational? 2:57
  • Placebo Effect 3:51
    • Placebo Effect
  • Characteristics of a Well-designed and Well-conducted Experiment 4:42
    • Control
    • Replicate
    • Randomize
  • Example III: Control Groups 7:33
  • Completely Randomized Design 9:01
    • Completely Randomized Design
  • Outline/Map of Completely Randomized Design 9:55
    • Outline/Map of Completely Randomized Design
  • Example IV: Completely Randomized Design 11:35
  • Block Randomization 14:23
    • Block Randomization
  • Randomized Block Design 15:29
    • Randomized Block Design
  • Example V: Randomized Block Design 18:06
  • Matched Pairs Design 21:08
    • Matched Pairs Design
  • Example V: Types of Experiments 22:42
  • Example VI: Types of Experiments 24:17
  • Example VII: Types of Experiments 26:24
  • Experimental Set Up 28:28
    • Treatment
    • Experimental Units
    • Response
  • Double-blind Experiment 31:06
    • Double-blind Experiment
  • Example VIII: Double-blind Experiment 32:37
  • Example IX: Design a Study to Test Hypothesis 37:04
  • Generalizability of Results 40:39
    • Statistically Significant Data