design.cyclic {agricolae} | R Documentation |

## Cyclic designs

### Description

The cyclic design is a incomplete blocks designs, it is generated from a incomplete block initial of the size k, the plan is generated and randomized. The efficient and robust cyclic designs for 6 to 30 treatments, replications <= 10.

### Usage

```
design.cyclic(trt, k, r, serie = 2, rowcol = FALSE, seed = 0, kinds = "Super-Duper"
,randomization=TRUE)
```

### Arguments

`trt` |
vector treatments |

`k` |
block size |

`r` |
Replications |

`serie` |
number plot, 1: 11,12; 2: 101,102; 3: 1001,1002 |

`rowcol` |
TRUE: row-column design |

`seed` |
init seed random |

`kinds` |
random method |

`randomization` |
TRUE or FALSE - randomize |

### Details

Number o treatment 6 to 30. (r) Replication 2 to 10. (k) size of block 2 to 10. replication = i*k, "i" is value integer.

### Value

`parameters` |
Design parameters |

`sketch` |
Design sketch |

`book` |
Fieldbook |

### Author(s)

Felipe de Mendiburu

### References

Kuehl, Robert(2000), Design of Experiments. 2nd ed., Duxbury. John, J.A. (1981) Efficient Cyclic Design. J. R. Statist. Soc. B, 43, No. 1, pp, 76-80.

### See Also

`design.ab`

, `design.alpha`

,`design.bib`

,
`design.crd `

, `design.split `

, `design.dau `

,
`design.graeco`

, `design.lattice`

, `design.lsd`

,
`design.rcbd`

, `design.strip`

### Examples

```
library(agricolae)
trt<-letters[1:8]
# block size = 2, replication = 6
outdesign1 <- design.cyclic(trt,k=2, r=6,serie=2)
names(outdesign1)
# groups 1,2,3
outdesign1$sketch[[1]]
outdesign1$sketch[[2]]
outdesign1$sketch[[3]]
outdesign1$book
# row-column design
outdesign2<- design.cyclic(trt,k=2, r=6, serie=2, rowcol=TRUE)
outdesign2$sketch
```

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