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harman1
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how to make a command for Randomized block design for 8 treatments and 3 replication(one way anova)??

my data is for plant height which is shown below

 PLANT HEIGHT 
    
 REP 1R2R3
T122.1622.6121.47
T235.6732.5730.05
T333.7430.1229.64
T432.0127.3626.97
T532.4728.0426.99
T625.7827.9326.89
T730.2427.2527.42
T832.5428.8828.15
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