# getFixedEF.twoPhase: Get the Fixed Components' coefficients and Efficiency Factors... In infoDecompuTE: Information Decomposition of Two-Phase Experiments

## Description

Calculate coefficients of fixed effects components of EMS and Treatment Efficiency Factors within each stratum in Single-Phase or two-phase experiment.

## Usage

 ```1 2``` ```getFixedEF.twoPhase(effFactors, trt.Sca, T, Rep, table.legend, decimal, digits, list.sep) ```

## Arguments

 `effFactors` a list of numeric vector generated by `getEffFactor` function. `trt.Sca` a numeric vector generated by `getTrtRep` function. `T` a list of matrices generated by `makeContrMat` function. `Rep` a numeric matrix generated by `getTrtRep` function. `table.legend` a logical allows users to generate a legend for the variance components of the ANOVA table for large designs. Default is `FALSE`, resulting in the use of original treatment factor names. `decimal` a logical allows users to display the coefficients as the decimals. Default is `FALSE`, resulting in the use of `fractions`. `digits` a integer indicating the number of decimal places. Default is 2, resulting in 2 decimal places. `list.sep` a logical allows users to present the efficiency factors and coefficients of the fixed effects a list of separate matrices.

## Details

Constructs a matrix containing the coefficients of the coefficients of fixed effects components of EMS within each stratum. Also calculates and the average efficiency factors of each treatment effect across all strata

Construct a matrix contain the coefficients of the fixed Components and the average efficiency factors of single-phase experiments.

The function uses the efficiency factors generated by `getEffFactor` to calculated the coefficients of fixed Effects components of EMS and insert the treatment efficiency factor within each stratum.

The complication arise in giving the row names of the matrix for the source of variation in the ANOVA table.

A matrix.

## Author(s)

Kevin Chang

infoDecompuTE documentation built on May 29, 2018, 9:05 a.m.