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Topic: multiple comparison with ambiguous ranks
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Bruce Weaver

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Re: multiple comparison with ambiguous ranks
Posted: Mar 13, 2013 4:46 PM
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On 13/03/2013 10:50 AM, Art Kendall wrote:
> There seems to be some question in the OP about level of measurement
> (LOM). I think that it might be a good idea to see whether it makes a
> substantive difference to check results with different assumptions about
> LOM.
> I would tend to go with the interval level, unless the results of the
> CATREG or some other program with the ability to compare results with
> different LOM assumptions showed that a lower level of measure actually
> worked better.
> I would be surprised if some GLM such as ANOVA were not in fact
> preferable. However, my ______ does not always work right. (what is
> the term that David Marso uses for "mind reading" via the net?)

I believe you're referring to "internetelepathy". ;-)

Bruce Weaver
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