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Analysis of youden square design with two missing observations belonging to the different rows, different column, different treatment (common to both the rows)

Author Affiliations

  • 1Department of Statistics, J.V. College, Baraut-250611, Bagpat, India
  • 2Department of Statistics, J.V. College, Baraut-250611, Bagpat, India

Res. J. Mathematical & Statistical Sci., Volume 8, Issue (2), Pages 12-16, May,12 (2020)

Abstract

Due to accident, mishandling, attack of pests (for agricultural experiments), damaging plot yields by pets or wild animals, or by some other means, one or more observations may be lost or damaged or may become suspicious so that it is wise to treat them as missing. Two missing observations can occur in a Youden Square Design in eight mutually exclusive ways. In the present study, we have tried to discuss the case of two missing observations belonging to the different rows, different columns, and different treatments (Both belong to the common set of treatments in both the rows). Estimates of the missing observations and variances of the various elementary treatment contrasts have been obtained by using Bartlett's covariate analysis.

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