Univariate Methods

Part of the Springer Texts in Statistics book series (STS)


The simplest approach to the analysis of repeated measurements is to reduce the vector of multiple measurements from each experimental unit to a single measurement. Thus, a multivariate response is reduced to a univariate response. This avoids the issue of correlation among the repeated measurements from a subject. In the special case of two measurements per subject, well-known methods of this type include the paired t test for continuous responses and McNemar’s test for dichotomous responses.


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