anova2rm_cell - anova2rm_cell compute F-values in cell...

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% anova2rm_cell() - compute F-values in cell array using repeated measure % ANOVA. % % Usage: % >> [FC FR FI dfc dfr dfi] = anova2rm_cell( data ); % % Inputs: % data = data consisting of PAIRED arrays to be compared. The last % dimension of the data array is used to compute ANOVA. % Outputs: % FC - F-value for columns. % FR - F-value for rows. % FI - F-value for interaction. % dfc - degree of freedom for columns. % dfr - degree of freedom for rows. % dfi - degree of freedom for interaction. % % Note: this function is inspired from rm_anova available at % http://www.mathworks.se/matlabcentral/fileexchange/6874-two-way-rep % eated-measures-anova % It allows for fast computation of about 20 thousands ANOVA per % second. It is different from anova2_cell which mimics the ANOVA % fonction from the Matlab statistical toolbox. This function % computes true repeated measure ANOVA. % % Example: % a = { rand(1,10) rand(1,10) rand(1,10); rand(1,10) rand(1,10) rand(1,10) } % [FC FR FI dfc dfr dfi] = anova2rm_cell(a) % signifC = 1-fcdf(FC, dfc(1), dfc(2)) % signifR = 1-fcdf(FR, dfr(1), dfr(2)) % signifI = 1-fcdf(FI, dfi(1), dfi(2)) % % % for comparison % z = zeros(10,1); o = ones(10,1); t = ones(10,1)*2; % rm_anova2( [ a{1,1}';a{1,2}';a{1,3}';a{2,1}';a{2,2}';a{2,3}' ], ... % repmat([1:10]', [6 1]), [o;o;o;z;z;z], [z;o;t;z;o;t], {'a','b'}) % % c = { rand(200,400,10) rand(200,400,10); ...
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