Date: Dec 3, 2012 11:56 AM
Author: Halitsky
Subject: Number of Bonferroni entries for each singleton length is still 72 (duh!)
Changing from length interval to singleton length does not change the

fact that the rest of the design is

fold (6)

set (3)

subset(2)

MoSS (2)

So, if we do a Bonferroni table for the entries from all of these

cells for each singleton length interval, there will be 72.

This is the same number as yielded OK results for Auq, so I will

proceed in this way unless you want me to construct the Bonferroni

tables differently.

Of course, there will be Bonferroni tables for each of the average

slopes for each of the three regressions, and perhaps the average

covariances (you haven't mentioned yet how you want to operate on/with

those.)