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Strengthening Capacity in Environmental Physics, Hydrogeology and Statistics for Conservation Agriculture Research: Statistical Checklist for Planning Experiments

Lark, Murray; Chimungu, Joseph. 2018 Strengthening Capacity in Environmental Physics, Hydrogeology and Statistics for Conservation Agriculture Research: Statistical Checklist for Planning Experiments. CEPHaS, 8pp. (UNSPECIFIED) (Unpublished)

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This document presents a checklist to be used when planning experiments. It is produced initially for the use of Working Groups of the CEPHaS project, but is also offered as a wider resource for capacity strengthening in conservation agriculture research. In preparing this checklist we are glad to acknowledge the inspiration of J.R.N. Jeffers’s Statistical Checklist series (e.g. Jeffers, 1978). Jeffers’s checklist is available in open-access form (see the references for a link) and we recommend that it is read in conjunction with this checklist. This checklist is not a substitute for a discussion with a statistical advisor prior to committing to a particular experimental design. Rather it is intended that it should help identify possible issues which a particular experiment might face, and to facilitate discussion with a statistician by ensuring that key issues have been thought about in advance. In the context of the CEPHaS project it is proposed that this checklist be completed and responses recorded in a separate document and sent to the co-leads of Working Group 4 (Murray Lark and Joseph Chimungu) along with any additional commentary as a basis for consultation and advice.

Item Type: Publication - Report (UNSPECIFIED)
Funders/Sponsors: Global Challenges Research Fund
Date made live: 06 Mar 2018 13:09 +0 (UTC)
URI: http://nora.nerc.ac.uk/id/eprint/519477

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