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Topic: Cohen d
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Luis A. Afonso

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Re: Cohen d
Posted: Nov 8, 2012 12:05 PM
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Actively trying to find some web material supporting the algorithm I use able to assure by NHST a minimal difference on parameters, finally

Statistical Significance and Clinical Relevance: A Contradiction? Prof. Dr. Dieter Hauschke
www.statistical-solutions-software.com/wp content/uploads/20 - -

, which reduces Jacob Cohen?s d supporters to mere copyists of a possibly honest false discovery.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacob_Cohen_(statistician) - 49k

The difference is simply this: the shifted Null is taught all around the world, the effect size is popular (seemly) among U.S. Psychologists . . .

Hauschke:
H0: mu1 - mu0 <= delta, Ha: mu1 - mu0 > delta
Which is equivalent to my
H0: mu1 - mu0 - D <=0 Ha: mu1 - mu0 - D > 0


Luis A. Afonso


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