b) I compute and report all of them already, as part of the existing code;
I'm also very glad that a cov(i,j) for i<>j finally showed up - it makes the matrix manipulation of Ivor's "A" all worthwhile!
Will modify the code to report out the average slope SE next to the average slope and repost the last two sets of results with SE's included.
Then, I will "ring the changes" across all the remaining cells for c on (u', u'^2).
Then, I will do the 2-ways across lenInt and fold and per lenInt and fold.
And then, if the p's seem to warrant it, I will do the Bonferroni correction.
From a purely technical point of view, I think I may have merely progessed into the second half of first semester undergraduate statistics. But from what I've learned about how a statistician actually "thinks" by watching your moves, I feel like I've been in a graduate seminar. It's one thing to know the rules - it's entirely another to know how and when to apply them.