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    Hi all,

    I have a question:

    If I have five groups, overall significant one-way Anova, and I want to examine all pairwise tests, considering both Type I familywise and Type II error rates, which test is the better to conduct, tukey or fisher-hayter?

    This test is not planned, and it is post-hoc, and alpha is o.o5

    If anyone can help, really appreciate it. thanks

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    Tukey gives you the best balance between Type I and Type II errors.

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