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Multiple Comparison Procedures
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Multiple Comparison Procedures



104 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
In this volume, Larry Toothaker provides the procedures that will enable researchers to establish the significance of differences between two comparable groups. Issues addressed include: planned versus post-hoc comparisons; step-by-step versus simultaneous test procedures; types of error rate; unequal sample sizes and variances; and interaction tests versus cell mean tests. Examples are used to illustrate major concepts.
 
Introduction
 
Multiple Comparison Procedures (MCPs)
 
Comparison of MCPs
 
Violations of Assumptions and Robustness
 
Multiple Comparisons for the Two-Way Anova
Factorial or Randomized Blocks

 

Larry E. Toothaker

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