Topics in the Analysis of Repeated Measurements
This study is concerned with the analysis of repeated scalar measurements having r ≥ 1 repetitions within cells of a two-way array. Alternative models are considered for dependencies among observations within subjects, and analytical methods are identified as appropriate for each. Procedures for multiple comparisons, for analyzing factorial experiments, and for other nonstandard tests are featured. Emphasis is given to the validity and efficiency of the several procedures considered. Nonparametric and robust aspects of relevant normal-theory tests are discussed with reference to the analysis of repeated measurements.
Key words and phrasesRepeated measurements multiple comparisons factorial experiments validity Hotelling’s T2 efficiency
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