Group Randomizing

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Purcell, Warren R.   (1963, ASQC)   Raytheon Company

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 20    No. 4
QICID: 4743    October 1963    pp. 20
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Article Abstract

Randomizing is perhaps the most important of all techniques of the designed experiment. While basically simple, randomizing does occasionally present operating difficulties. By means of group randomizing, practical compromises can be made while retaining full statistical validity. The Principle is discussed and illustrated.

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