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How many finishing combinations in a race?
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Fri, 31 Oct 2014 07:39:48 GMTHi easy question I should be able to work out myself but now regret not listening in class. How many overall finishing combinations are there in a...Hi easy question I should be able to work out myself but now regret not listening in class. How many overall finishing combinations are there in a race with 24 competitors?
]]>StatisticsSpeedymetrichttp://www.talkstats.com/showthread.php/58252-How-many-finishing-combinations-in-a-raceMann-Whitney Test with post-hoc adjustment
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Thu, 30 Oct 2014 23:48:00 GMTI am comparing a number of architectural characteristics in two sets of muscles using Mann-Whitney U test (sample size is too small to justify the...I am comparing a number of architectural characteristics in two sets of muscles using Mann-Whitney U test (sample size is too small to justify the use of parametric tests). I want to do a post-hoc adjustment of the alpha (e.g. Bonferroni, Dunn-Sidak), but SPSS (v. 21) does not show any post-hoc option for M-W test. I know how to manually do the post-hoc tests, but still want to see how the spss presents the results. If somebody could suggest a solution to this problem, it would be highly appreciated. Thank you.
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Thu, 30 Oct 2014 22:17:51 GMTHello
I am applying Tukey Kramer on a data problem. Actually, there are 5 treatments that i want to compare and 1 is control. Out of 5...Hello

I am applying Tukey Kramer on a data problem. Actually, there are 5 treatments that i want to compare and 1 is control. Out of 5 treatments, 1 treatment value is closer to control. The value of response for 4 treatments ranges between 50-400. Control and other treatment value ranges between 2200-2800. When I apply Tukey kramer on all 6 treatments, there is no significance between 4 low value treatments but they are significant from other 2 treatments. When I performed Tukey Kramer on other 4 low value treatments, there shows a significance among the treatments. The data is variable over time. Is it possible? I would really appreciate any help and suggestions, please. I am defending soon and have to add the analysis into it. Thanks in advance for any help.
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