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On-Farm Research Conference

Identifying Good Experiments and Valid Results


Dr. Paul Esker
Assistant Professor and Field Crops Extension Plant Pathologist
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Wisconsin-Madison
pde@plantpath.wisc.edu

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Summary:

This series of two presentations helps the viewer identify and develop good experiments, as well as valid, objective results. It covers such topics as the scientific and statistical method, defining the question, specifying the hypothesis, methods, data collection, identifying experimental layouts, as well as interpreting the data and reporting results.


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