Tables of Percentage Points of the k-Variate Normal Distribution for Large Values of k
AbstractThis paper gives tabulations of the upper percentage points of the maximum absolute value of the k variate normal distribution with common correlation for values of k as high as 500. The tables are useful for performing multiple comparisons procedures in experiments with large numbers of treatments.
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Length: 9 pages
Date of creation: 20 Jun 2002
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Multivariate normal distribution; multiple comparisons; simultaneous confidence intervals;
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