In this course, you will :
- introduce the fundamental conceptual framework for experimental design and define the models that will allow us to answer meaningful questions about the differences between group means in relation to a continuous variable.
- Learn how statistical hypothesis testing and confidence intervals can help answer meaningful questions about the differences in group means with respect to a continuous variable in the context of ANOVA/ANCOVA.
- Investigate the two-way ANOVA model and apply it to real-world research questions.
- Learn about basic experimental design concepts like randomization, treatment design, replication, and blocking. We will also look at basic factorial designs as a step up from basic "one factor at a time" methods.
- To conduct meaningful experiments, we will combine these concepts with the ANOVA and ANCOVA models.
- Introduction to ANOVA and Experimental Design
- Hypothesis Testing in the ANOVA Context
- Two-Way ANOVA and Interactions
- Experimental Design: Basic Concepts and Designs