Guidelines for Applied Agricultural Research: Designing, Reporting and Interpreting Experiments
Jock Anderson ()
Review of Marketing and Agricultural Economics, 1971, vol. 39, issue 03
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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