randomizeBE 0.3-5 [R for BE/BA]

posted by d_labes  – Berlin, Germany, 2019-08-25 19:39 (622 d 13:52 ago) – Posting: # 20519
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Dear both,

sequences() and williams() are only convenience functions to give you the sequences of a design from its short-hand name.
And as Helmut already stated: "parallel" is the short hand for 2-group parallel design and can't therefore used with the treatment codes T1, T2 and R.

But main function RL4() accepts of course the "sequences" (aka groups) T1, T2 and R as noticed above and gives you a randomization list also for that design (3-group parallel) not listed in sequences().

BTW: Since today randomizeBE v0.3-5 is available at CRAN also as windows binaries.



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