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Guidelines for Applied Agricultural Research: Designing, Reporting and Interpreting Experiments

Jock Anderson ()

Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, 1971, vol. 39, issue 03

Abstract: Commentary is made on the design, reporting, and economic interpretation of field experiments, and attention is given to Bayesian statistics as a potentially useful aid in planning and assessing research. This article complements the discussions of Lloyd (1958) and Dillon (1966) in this Review.

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Date: 1971
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