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Calsam: a program for estimating numbers of samples required in field experiments



Calsam: a program for estimating numbers of samples required in field experiments



Field Crops Research 11(4): 399-402



A computer program, written in FORTRAN and BASIC, which calculates the number of samples per experimental unit required to estimate treatment means to a specified precision given estimates of sampling and experimental variation is described. The calculations are appropriate for completely randomised and randomised complete block designs. A copy of the program may be obtained from the authors.

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Accession: 001311839

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DOI: 10.1016/0378-4290(85)90118-2


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