Randomizing blocks in expt


Randomizing blocks in expt

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Hi ppl!

Can u tell me how to randomize blocks?
I mean my first block is demographics, then I have 2 blocks which I want to randomize. How to do that?
Thx for any advices!
Dave
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Suppose the two blocks you want to randomize are called a and b. Then you simply do:

<expt>
/ blocks = [1=demographics; 2-3 = noreplace(a,b)]
...
</expt>

You'll find this covered in the documentation for the <expt> element's /blocks attribute. In general, randomizing blocks in an experiment works the same way as randomizing trials in a block.

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