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    Re: Best design for this experiment?




    Quote Originally Posted by daelve View Post
    .Also, I want to see the effects of several concentrations for each pollutant.
    oh well, if this is the case, then you should've mentioned that before... *now* you can have a multi-factorial design... although now i'm interested in seeing how much concentration per chemical you're looking at studying just to see how complex this can get...
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    Re: Best design for this experiment?


    I will keep the effects of several concentrations just for individual pollutants, no for the combinations. Which should look like this; 5 concentrations and one control, 10 replicates for each chemical.

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