Bayesian Estimation for Inequality Constrained Analysis of Variance
In Chapter 2, several examples of research questions in the analysis of variance (ANOVA) context were presented. The model parameters of an ANOVA are two or more population means and the common and unknown residual variance. In the examples, the hypotheses or research questions of interest impose inequality constraints on the means. For instance, for the four-group ANOVA in the Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) data from Huntjens et al.
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