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Armando Teixeira Pinto

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Registered: 12/18/04
Posted: Jun 17, 1996 4:59 PM
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After using ANOVA I was looking for differences between groups. Has I was
going to perform a lot of T'test, first I selected the groups I was
expecting differences and used normally the T'test, and after I performed
a Bonferroni test to see which groups I could compare. Well the problem
was that someone told me that the Bonferroni is not used in situations
like this, and I should use Polynomial Contrasts. Could anyone help me
and explain what 'Polynomial Contrasts' is ?

Thank You very much!

Armando Teixeira Pinto
Oporto Medical School

E-mail: tpinto@med.up.pt

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