Lattice Designs Webinar

This webinar will describe the layout and analysis of lattice field designs.

Part 1

Part 2

Full Recording

Original broadcast: Thursday November 14, 2013 at 12:30 pm Eastern Time (-500 GMT)

About the Presenter

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Dr. Kling is a plant breeder who teaches experimental design to graduate students in Agriculture at Oregon State University. She has considerable experience in the application of recurrent selection methods to improve yield, stress tolerance, and disease and insect resistance in cross-pollinating crops (maize and meadowfoam). She enjoys analyzing data and was the data curator for the Barley Coordinated Agricultural Project (Barley CAP). Dr. Kling received a Bachelors degree in Crop Science from Oregon State University and a Masters in Agronomy from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. She obtained a Ph.D. in Genetics with a minor in Statistics from North Carolina State University.

Resources from the webinar

Webinar slides (pdf)

5×5 Simple Lattice Example (.xlsx)

Lattice Sample Data (.xlsx)

SAS code (.pdf)

Lattice Design References

  • Cochran, W.G., and G.M. Cox. 1957. Experimental Designs, 2nd ed., Wiley, New York.
  • Hinkelman, K, and O. Kempthorne. 2006. Design and Analysis of Experiments. Volume 2. Wiley, New York.
  • John, J.A., and E.R. Williams. 1995. Cyclic and Computer Generated Designs, 2nd edition. Monographs on Statistics and Probability, No. 38. Chapman and Hall, London, UK.
  • Kuehl, R.O. 2000. Chapt. 10 in Design of Experiments: Statistical Principles of Research Design and Analysis, 2nd edition. Duxbury Press.
  • Patterson, H.D. and E.R. Williams. 1976. A new class of resolvable incomplete block designs. Biometrika 63: 83–92.
  • Piepho, H.P. A. Büchse, and B. Truberg. 2006. On the use of multiple lattice designs and α-designs in plant breeding trials. Plant Breeding 125: 523–528.
  • Yau, S.K. 1997. Efficiency of alpha-lattice designs in international variety yield trials of barley and wheat. Journal of Agricultural Science, Cambridge 128: 5–9.

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