Date of Award
Master of Science (MS)
Mathematics and Statistics
Daniel C. Coster
Usually we assume that the distribution of the additive errors in a one-way ANOVA linear model is normal. However, exceptions to this assumption about the error distribution may exist. In such cases, we might consider non-normal error distributions, but proceed with the "usual" ANOVA F-test analyses. This study focuses on simulating power for one-way ANOVA when using non-normal error distributions.
Xu, Caixia, "Simulating Power for One-Way ANOVA by Using Non-Normal Error Distributions" (2010). All Graduate Plan B and other Reports. 1243.
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