week9 - Orthogonal contrasts: Mutually orthogonal: 3 Notes...

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1 Statistics 511 Relevant Sections: 9.2-9.3 Recall the ANOVA F Test Hypotheses: Suppose we reject H 0 . Which means differ? (9.2) Preliminaries: Linear Contrasts Linear combination of means: Ex. 1 Compare 2 µ to 3 . Ex. 1 Compare 2 to the average of 3 and 4 . Note: Estimate for linear combination: a linear contrast
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2 Variance estimate for a linear contrast:
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Unformatted text preview: Orthogonal contrasts: Mutually orthogonal: 3 Notes about orthogonal contrasts: SSC SSC = Why do we care? 5-step Hypothesis Test for Contrasts 4 9.3 Controlling Error Rates Given t population (treatment) means. Compare them using m contrasts. I E Bonferroni Inequality:...
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