This article describes split-plot experiments, commonly used with hard-to-change factors, as compared to completely randomized experiments. Three real-life examples are presented that describe when and how split-plot experiments can be used. The article also shows how the analysis of split-plot designs differs from completely randomized designs. Scott M. Kowalski and Kevin J. Potcner, Quality Progress, November 2003
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