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Power and sample size calculations using MicrosoftReg. Excel

, : Power and sample size calculations using MicrosoftReg. Excel. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture 38(6): 617-622

The use of spreadsheets for solving questions on power and sample size in designed experiments is discussed.

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