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  • Uploaded on /nDesign Of Experiments/nMost people are quite familiar with the concept of experimenting, but in scientific contexts experiments are treated with a special level of reverence, and they come with all sorts ofphilosophical, ethical, and technical issues that the average nonscientist may not be aware.

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How Replication Is Crucial for Experiment Reliability

Design of Experiments: 5 Great Experiments to Study

Experiment Planning Checklist: 7 Essential Elements


Planning an Experiment: Simple Step-by-Step Guide

Trained scientists follow a fairly rigid formula when it comes to designing and carrying out experiments. The formula is derived from centuries of development, and it is widely used because of its rigor and its faithfulness to uncovering truth regardless of the experimenter’s biases.


Randomization in Experiments: Why Is It Important?

The human mind is programmed to draw conclusions about practically every little thing, even when there is insufficient or only anecdotal evidence.


Three Types of Experiments that Are Useful to Everyone

Although we usually think of scientific experiments as being in the purview of well-educated experts in fields that many people will never understand, science belongs to everyone.

Controlled experiments

Natural experiments

Exploratory experiments


Experiment Planning Checklist: 7 Essential Elements

Does it build on previous research?

Clear understanding of all background elements

Clear understanding of what data you need to collect.

A control.



A hypothesis.


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