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Published in : 2012-11-21 | by Phil Chan
Example of Kruskal-Wallice test in one way between group ANOVA Tests.
Published in : 2012-10-28 | by Phil Chan
One way is to copy-paste. Another way is to use the sink() command.
Published in : 2012-11-13 | by Phil Chan
Content ----------- Why is this a 2 way between group balanced design? Brief of conditions (assumpions) for between ANOVA given with boxplot Interpretation of ...
Published in : 2012-10-28 | by Phil Chan
How to name variables in R # to see the names of the variables in the dataframe #to create names for all variables #to rename subset of variables.
Published in : 2011-01-22 | by Phil Chan
ANOVA with Tukey HSD For more statistics help visit me at: www.statisticsmentor.com.
Published in : 2012-10-31 | by Phil Chan
An unbalanced design is where not all the combination of levels (simply putting it, cells) do not have the same number of observations. In this case setting up the ...
Published in : 2012-10-30 | by Phil Chan
For ANOVA we may need the data in long format - this is where there is one column for the measurements (DV), and separate columns for each of the factors.
Published in : 2012-11-12 | by Phil Chan
Subject: statistics/econometrics Level: Newbie/post newbie Packages used: MASS, moments Commands: boxcox() Application: When response variable is ...
Published in : 2012-10-07 | by Phil Chan
Testing for an association/relationship/independence between two (qualitative) factors.