What is planor?
is a R
package dedicated to the automatic generation of regular fractional
factorial designs with one or several block systems.
The user invokes first the functions planor.factors
to describe its experiment.
The function planor.designkey
for a design key in a possibly mixed factorial context.
A design from one of the solutions can be built by using
summarises the design properties from a
design key matrix.
randomizes a factorial design according
to a specified block structure formula.
displays the design keys matrices and the factorial effects confounded with the mean.
This package is developed in the Applied Mathematics and
(MIA) of INRA
France. It is still under test and must be used with caution.
What is planorB?
is a clone of the planor
package, which requires
packages but is less limited as to the size of the problems. Windows version is not available.
André Kobilinsky, Annie Bouvier, and Hervé Monod (MIA, INRA, Jouy-en-Josas, France).
André Kobilinsky, Annie Bouvier, and Hervé Monod.
PLANOR: an R package for the automatic generation of regular fractional factorial designs. (2012)
Hervé Monod, Annie Bouvier, and André Kobilinsky.
A quick guide to PLANOR, an R package for the automatic
generation of regular factorial designs. (2012)
André Kobilinsky, R.A. Bailey, and Hervé Monod.
Automatic generation of generalised regular
factorial designs, In prep. (2012).
- André Kobilinsky.
PLANOR: program for the automatic generation of regular experimental designs. Version 2.2 for Windows. (2005)
- André Kobilinsky.
Les plans factoriels in Plans d'expériences: applications
à l'entreprise (J. Droesbeke, J. Fine & G. Saporta, eds.), Technip, Paris, (1997), p. 69-209 (Chapter 3).
André Kobilinsky, and Hervé Monod.
Experimental design generated by group morphisms: an
introduction, Scand. J. Statist. 18 (1991), p. 119-134.
# EXEMPLE 1 PAGE 7 FROM THE PLANOR MANUAL
# Four 3-level treatment factors and one 3-level block factor
# Model: block+A+B+C+D
# Estimate: A+B+C+D
F0 <- planor.factors( factors=c(LETTERS[1:4], "block"), nlevels=rep(3,5) )
M0 <- planor.model( model=~block+(A+B+C+D)^2, estimate=~A+B+C+D )
K0 <- planor.designkey(factors=F0, model=M0, nunits=3^3,
P0 <- planor.design(key=K0, select=2)
These packages are distributed under the terms of the GNU General
Public License (GPL version 2 or later), WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY.
A copy of the GNU General Public License GPL-2 is available at
system, a C++ compiler,
the R-package conf.design, and, for planor only,
biganalytics and bigmemory R-packages.
introduction and a more complete manual
are provided in the directory doc of the packages.
- from the CRAN