Multiphase experiments in the biological sciences
Seminar Room 1, Newton Institute
Multitiered experiments are characterized as involving multiple randomizations (Brien
et al., 2003; Brien and Bailey, 2006). Multiphase experiments are one class of such
experiments, other classes being some superimposed experiments and some plant and
animal experiments. Particularly common are multiphase experiments with at least one
later laboratory phase (Brien et al., 2011); some examples of them, illustrating current
research areas, will be presented.