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Experiments Guide

 , updated on July 20, 2018
An experiment is a procedure that is designed to systematically test a hypothesis, competing hypotheses or a what-if scenario. Experiments seek to determine cause-and-effect by introducing changes to independent variables to measure corresponding change to dependent variables. Ideally, any other variables that can influence the experiment are controlled. The following are basic elements of an experiment.
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Experiment Design

Full examples of an experiment design using a useful template.

Experiment Variables

The common types of variables in an experiment with an example.

Experimental Error

The basic types of experimental error with examples.

Independent Variables

The definition of independent variables with examples and comparisons.

Scientific Control

The basic types of scientific control.
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