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How do I execute a balanced incomplete block design (BIBD) on the JMP software with 13 attributes, forming 13 blocks or choice sets, each attribute appearing 4 times across all choice sets, each choice set containing 4 attributes and each attribute appearing once with each other: (b, r, k, lambda) (13, 4,4,1) where b is number of blocks, r is the repitition per level, k is the number of attributes in each choice set (block size) and lambda is the pair frequency?
Creating a BIBD using the DOE platform -- how can I do it?
I have a question about using the DOE platform to create a balanced incomplete block design (BIBD). I have 13 treatments and I want a design with 13 blocks or runs, 4 treatments per block, each treatment repeating 4 times with no repetitions in a block, and each pair repeating once. I know such a design exists (See the Cochrane and Cox book or use the SAS macros), but I can't get JMP to do it. If you're a design expert and know the DOE platform, could you please tell me if this is possible in JMP and how to do it?