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An experimental design related to Latin square and balanced incomplete block designs. As an example, suppose there are nine treatments A–I. The design consists of two squares: Considering the squares separately, we find that each pair of treatments occurs exactly once—either in a row or in a column. In general, with n2 treatments, the design requires (n-1) separate n×n squares.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.


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