Matched t test Experimental Designs . Repeated measures Simultaneous Successive Before and after Counterbalanced Matched pairs Experimental Natural. Chapter 12. The one-way independent ANOVA An. O. Va. = Analysis of Variance. More than two groups .

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By行動計量学会「春の合宿セミナー」 於：安田生命アカデミア 2002/3/21-22. 反復測定データの分析. 狩野裕＠大阪大学 協力： SAS・SPSS. AGENDA. はじめに 一般線型モデルによる分析 ANOVA 分割法計画 MANOVA Box の ε 修正と球面性検定 SEM ( 共分散構造分析) によるモデリング (マルコフ連鎖モデル) 潜在曲線モデル 混合モデル( Mixed Model) ANOVA+ 共分散行列の指定, MANOVA 成長曲線モデル. 反復測定データ. 経時データ. 1.1 反復測定データの種類.

ByANOVA. EDL 714, Fall 2010. Analysis of variance. ANOVA An omninbus procedure that performs the same task as running multiple t -tests between all groups in question. Tests the null hypothesis in comparing means of two or more treatments (or populations)

ByChi-square and F Distributions. Children of the Normal. Distributions. There are many theoretical distributions, both continuous and discrete. We use 4 of these a lot: z (unit normal), t, chi-square, and F.

ByChapter 9: Non-parametric Tests. Parametric vs Non-parametric Chi-Square 1 way 2 way. Parametric Tests. Data approximately normally distributed. Dependent variables at interval level. Sampling random t - tests ANOVA. Non-parametric Tests . Do not require normality

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ByInferential Statistics. Hypothesis testing (relationship between 2 or more variables) We want to make inferences from a sample to a population. A random sample allows us to infer from a sample to a population. Inferential Statistics. Significance Tests Z scores (one sample case)

ByEffect of Testing Speed on Several Alloys Susan Morford Alcoa Howmet Research Center susan.morford@alcoa.com 231.894.7704. Overview of Methodology and Analysis Approach. Design of Experiment Alloys Strain rate / Crosshead speeds Three specimens for each test condition Analysis methodology

ByTwo Way ANOVA introducing factorial designs. Interactions. Interactions. Factorial Designs. Factorial Designs are used when: a study includes more than one categorical IV. the researcher is interested in examining the relationship between several IVs and the DV.

BySimple Regression. Relationship with one independent variable. Lecture Objectives. You should be able to interpret Regression Output. Specifically, Interpret Significance of relationship (Sig. F) The parameter estimates (write and use the model)

ByMANOVA Mechanics. MANCOVA and Factorial MANOVA. Regular Anova. Ancova*. Mancova. In Mancova the linear combination of DVs is adjusted for one or more covariates.

ByTwo-way ANOVA. Chapter 14. Factorial Designs. Simple one-way designs don’t capture the complexity of human behavior; our behavior is the result of many different influences The variables can have unique effects or can combine with other variables to have a combined effect

ByMultiple-group linear discriminant function. maximum & contributing ldf dimensions concentrated & diffuse ldf structures. Like ANOVA, ldf can be applied to more than two groups.

ByChapter 14: Repeated-Measures Analysis of Variance. The Logical Background for a Repeated-Measures ANOVA. Chapter 14 extends analysis of variance to research situations using repeated‑measures (or related‑samples) research designs.

ByThe F-test. why? later in gory detail now? brief explanation of logic of F-test for now -- intuitive level: F is big (i.e., reject Ho: μ 1 = μ 2 = ... = μ a ) when MSbetw is large relative to MSw /in e.g., F would be big here, where group diffs are clear:

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ByCorrelation and Regression Analysis. Some correlation questions. Questions: Objectives : . Correlation. Strength of the association between two variables Interval and ratio level variables – Rank-order variables – Categorical Variables –

ByAn Introduction to Classification. Classification vs. Prediction Classification & ANOVA Classification Cutoffs, Errors, etc. Multivariate Classification & Linear Discriminant Function. Let’s start by reviewing what “ prediction ” is…

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