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Multiple Comparisons

Multiple Comparisons

September 1986 | 88 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Describes the most important methods used to investigate differences between levels of an independent variable within an experimental design. Readers will learn not only how to conduct multiple comparisons in experimental designs but also how to better understand and evaluate published research. "A highly readable introduction to multiple comparison methods, which demands little from its reader in the way of background other than some familiarity with analysis of variance." --The Statistician

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Multiple Comparisons
A Priori Comparisons
Post Hoc Comparisons
Pairwise Methods

Post Hoc Comparisons
The Scheff>e Test

Multiple Comparisons in Factorial Designs
Unequal Sample Sizes

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ISBN: 9780803920514

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