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Re: Analyzing Repeated Measures Data in JMP® Software - masterthesis example

I discovered that the nesting will impact your estimation. Instead of nesting, simply label your subjects uniquely as 1-8 instead of 1-4 within each kind of athlete. I attached a data table with the correct data levels and a Model table script for this analysis.

I apologize for the delay in this answer.

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ThomasVH
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Re: Analyzing Repeated Measures Data in JMP® Software - masterthesis example

Thank you for mentioning it. I tried it and indeed, it has also an impact on the p-values.

 

Greetings

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ThomasVH
Level II

Re: Analyzing Repeated Measures Data in JMP® Software - masterthesis example

Everything went well. I'm only a little worried about my SEM values.

In most of the parameters for instance the VO2max (see picture beneath) the SEM values are the same for each group. Is this normal?

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