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    A Non parametric equivelent to mixed anova?




    Hello,

    I am trying to find a non-parametric equivalent to a mixed Anova? My data is horrible. Three small unequal groups (8, 8, 4) and data which is not equally distributed. I am trying to compare the effect of two different interventions with control) over a 3 different time periods on a range of dependent variables.

    Thanks for any one who can point me in the right direction,
    Elaine.

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    Are you familiar with the simple effect approach? That is what I would suggest.

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