This article describes how to correctly set up and analyze a split-plot experiment using a real-life example. Also discussed is how the two different estimates of experimental error required in split-plot designs are calculated and used to determine which factors are significant. Kevin J. Potcner and Scott M. Kowalski, Quality Progress, December 2004
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