This course introduces you to statistical experimental design and experimental methods used in social sciences as well as economics, science, technology and medicine. You will learn how to design- and conduct experiments, and analyse data generated from experiments.
The course gives you knowledge about several kinds of experiments, such as one factor experiments, randomized blocks, Latin squares, 2k-factorial experiments, and split plot experiments. The theory presented is exemplified with a large number of applications. You will learn how to choose adequate experimental designs for different types of problems and situations and to analyse data generated by factorial experiments by using analysis of variance.
The course is given at day time, full time.
The course forms a part of the Master's Program in Statistics, but it can also be studied as a freestanding course.
The teaching forms consist of lectures and exercises.
- Schedule Autumn 2019
- Course description Experimental Design fall 2019 (100 Kb)
- Course Literature (71 Kb)
More information for registered students will be found in Athena.
Examination will comprise a written test and written and/or oral presentations of a compulsory exercise.
If you have questions about the course, please contact the cours coordinator:
Teachers autumn 2019
You'll find Frank's reception hours in the link above. If you wish to visit Frank outside of his reception hours, you are welcome to e-mail him for an appointment.
If you have questions about studying at the Department of Statistics, please contact our study- and career counselor: Jenny Rosen.