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A Fortran 90 Program for Confirmatory Analysis of Variance

  • Rebecca M. Kuiper
  • Irene Klugkist
  • Herbert Hoijtink
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    There are different confirmatory techniques to compare means, like hypothesis testing and (Bayesian) model selection. However, there is no software package in which these techniques are available. A Fortran 90 program is written, which enables researchers to apply these techniques to their data. Besides traditional hypotheses, like H_0 : μ_1 = μ_2 = μ_3 and H_u : μ_1, μ_2, μ_3, order-restricted hypotheses, like μ_1 > μ_2 > μ_3 or μ_1 > μ_2 = μ_3 or μ_1 > μ_2

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    Article provided by American Statistical Association in its journal Journal of Statistical Software.

    Volume (Year): 34 ()
    Issue (Month): i08 ()

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    1. Klugkist, Irene & Hoijtink, Herbert, 2007. "The Bayes factor for inequality and about equality constrained models," Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, Elsevier, vol. 51(12), pages 6367-6379, August.
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