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Topic: What test of significance...?
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Thom

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Re: What test of significance...?
Posted: Jun 1, 2006 10:17 AM
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z wrote:
> access to SAS. As the other guy said, the person being criticized is
> probably significant, since some people seem to get criticized more
> than others, but I suppose that would show up in the Group variable
> since he/she presumably in in 1 group not the others.


I think that only works if the effect of the person being criticized is
fixed - not if it interacts with the person doing the criticizing
(which I'd bet is pretty much certain to be the case).

Thom




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