Re: [R] Homogenic groups generation - Randomisation

From: Spencer Graves <spencer.graves_at_pdf.com>
Date: Mon 16 Jan 2006 - 14:00:48 EST

          I'm sorry but I do not understand. If you would still like help from this group, PLEASE do read the posting guide! "www.R-project.org/posting-guide.html", especially the part about providing a toy example that maybe doesn't quite work but helps readers understand what you mean by a "homogenic group". RSiteSearch("Homogenic groups") found, "No document matching your query", and nothing striked me as relevant when I Googled for "homogenic group". If you can pose your question in a way that does not require knowledge of your specific technical term, you increase your chances of getting help from someone who understands the concepts but not your particular jargon.

	  J'espere que ceci vous aidera.
	  spencer graves

a.menicacci@fr.fournierpharma.com wrote:

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> Dear R-users,
>
> We expect to create N homogenic groups of n features from an
> experimentation including N*n mesures. The aim of this is to prevent from
> group effects. How to do that with R functionalities. Does anyone know any
> methodes enabling this ?
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> Best regards.
>
> Alexandre MENICACCI
> Bioinformatics - FOURNIER PHARMA
> 50, rue de Dijon - 21121 Daix - FRANCE
> a.menicacci@fr.fournierpharma.com
> tÚl : 03.80.44.76.17
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