This is the second of a two-part tutorial (the first part was in October's TLE). It provides a theoretical framework from the field of statistical experimental design (SED, a field of statistics) within which model-based survey and experimental design problems and methods can be understood. Specifically, these tutorials describe methods pertinent to the detection and inference of models of physical properties of rocks in the laboratory, or of the earth. Most of this part can be understood without reading Part 1, but if any discussion is unclear, it is likely that reading Part 1 will help.

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