Date of Award:
Master of Science (MS)
Mathematics and Statistics
Department name when degree awarded
Rex L. Hurst
DMAOVC.BAS is a computer program written in the compiler version of microsoft basic which performs factorial analysis of variance/covariance with expected mean squares. The program accommodates factorial and other hierarchical experimental designs with balanced sets of data. The program is writ ten for use on most modest sized microprocessors, in which the compiler is available. The program is parameter file driven where the parameter file consists of the response variable structure, the experimental design model expressed in a similar structure as seen in most textbooks, information concerning the factors (i.e. fixed or random, and the number of levels), and necessary information to perform covariance analysis. The results of the analysis are written to separate files in a format that can be used for reporting purposes and further computations if needed.
Newton, Wesley E., "Data Analysis Using Experimental Design Model Factorial Analysis of Variance/Covariance (DMAOVC.BAS)" (1985). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 6378.