partially balanced incomplete block design

partially balanced incomplete block design

[¦pär·shə·lē ¦bal·ənst ‚iŋ·kəm¦plēt ′bläk di‚zīn]
(statistics)
An experimental design in which, while all treatments are not represented in each block, each treatment is tested the same number of times and certain aspects of the design satisfy conditions which simplify the least squares analysis.
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