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Perform the information decomposition for either the block or treatment effects within a single stratum and Compute the Efficiency Factors for every treatment effect within a single stratum.
1  getEffFactor(z, T, N, Rep, trt.Sca)

z 
a matrix containing the orthogonal projector of a stratum
generated by 
T 
a list of contrast matrices generated by

N 
a matrix containing the design matrix generated by

Rep 
a matrix containing the treatment replication number and is
generated by 
trt.Sca 
a numeric vector for computing a coefficients of the fixed
effect parameter in EMS and is generated by 
The main purpose of this function is to construct a list of resultant matrices associated with each source of variation after the information decomposition and to compute the canonical or average efficiency factors for each treatment effects in each stratum of ANOVA table.
The canonical efficiency factors are generated when the user input the treatment contrasts, otherwise the average efficiency factors, which is the harmonic mean of the canonical efficiency factors, are generated.
A list of matrices and numeric vectors containing the efficiency factors of every treatment effect.
Kevin Chang
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32  design1 < local({
Ani = as.factor(LETTERS[c(1,2,3,4,
5,6,7,8)])
Trt = as.factor(letters[c(1,1,1,1,
2,2,2,2)])
data.frame(Ani, Trt)
})
blk.str = "Ani"
rT = terms(as.formula(paste("~", blk.str, sep = "")), keep.order = TRUE)
blkTerm = attr(rT,"term.labels")
Z = makeBlkDesMat(design1, blkTerm)
trt.str = "Trt"
fT < terms(as.formula(paste("~", trt.str, sep = "")), keep.order = TRUE) #fixed terms
trtTerm < attr(fT, "term.labels")
effectsMatrix < attr(fT, "factor")
T < makeContrMat(design1, trtTerm, effectsMatrix, contr.vec = NA)
N = makeOverDesMat(design1, trtTerm)
Replist = getTrtRep(design1, trtTerm)
Rep < Replist$Rep
trt.Sca < Replist$Sca
effFactors = lapply(makeOrthProjectors(Z), function(z)
getEffFactor(z, T, N, Rep, trt.Sca))

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