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Multivariate analysis of variance and repeated measures: a practical approach for behavioural scientists

By: Hand, D. J.
Contributor(s): Taylor, C. C.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London Chapman & Hall 1987Description: xiii, 262 p.ISBN: 9780412258008.Subject(s): Multivariate analysis | Social sciences - Statistical methods | Analysis of variance | Analysis of variance for behavioural sciencesDDC classification: 519.53520243 Summary: This book describes a practical approach to univariate and multivariate analysis of variance. It starts with a general non-mathematical account of the fundamental ... Show synopsis This book describes a practical approach to univariate and multivariate analysis of variance. It starts with a general non-mathematical account of the fundamental theories and this is followed by a discussion of a series of examples using real data sets from the authors' own work in clinical trials, psychology and industry. Included are discussions of factorial and nested designs, structures on the multiple dependent variables measured on each subject, repeated measures analyses, covariates, choice of text statistic and simultaneous test procedures.
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This book describes a practical approach to univariate and multivariate analysis of variance. It starts with a general non-mathematical account of the fundamental ... Show synopsis This book describes a practical approach to univariate and multivariate analysis of variance. It starts with a general non-mathematical account of the fundamental theories and this is followed by a discussion of a series of examples using real data sets from the authors' own work in clinical trials, psychology and industry. Included are discussions of factorial and nested designs, structures on the multiple dependent variables measured on each subject, repeated measures analyses, covariates, choice of text statistic and simultaneous test procedures.

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