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Topic: help on choosing statistical method
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Jinsong Zhao

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Registered: 11/27/10
help on choosing statistical method
Posted: Jun 22, 2014 3:26 AM
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Hi there,

I have a experiment that have been run for more than 20 weeks. I got a
data set as follow:

var1 var2 var3 var4 ...
0W 139.9 134.3 215.7 331.1 ...
1W 143.5 138.5 228.9 342.0 ...
2W 157.1 161.5 272.6 355.9 ...
3W 174.6 174.3 316.9 358.1 ...
6W 170.4 184.4 307.2 358.4 ...
9W 172.8 197.5 303.4 374.9 ...
12W 160.5 213.9 270.1 379.9 ...
15W 144.5 198.1 250.0 345.9 ...
18W 105.1 186.8 211.4 298.7 ...
21W 89.2 182.6 191.7 254.6 ...

according to the data, all variable change with time. I want to explore
all variables:
1) if they change in a same pattern?
2) if they are not in same pattern, which are same and/or different?
3) if variables can transform to each other, is it possible to get the
quantitative relationship?

Now, to my knowledge, I don't find proper methods to solve the above
puzzles. What are your opinions?

Any suggestions or comments are really appreciated. Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,
Jinsong




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