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hellobear
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I analyze my data with fit model, and further analyze with LSmeans differences Dunnett, I got the result in a group, My question is how can I get all the result from different groups batchly in a simple way?

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ron_horne
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Re: I analyze my data with fit model, and further analyze with LSmeans differences Dunnett, I got the result in a group, My question is how can I get all the result from different groups batchly in a simple way?

Hi @hellobear 

what about right clicking on the output table you want from one group and selecting "Make combined data table"? does that work for you?

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hellobear
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Re: I analyze my data with fit model, and further analyze with LSmeans differences Dunnett, I got the result in a group, My question is how can I get all the result from different groups batchly in a simple way?

Thanks for your answer, as you said "make combined data table"  only output data from one group, Do you have idea that how to act can output all the data from all the groups?

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ron_horne
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Re: I analyze my data with fit model, and further analyze with LSmeans differences Dunnett, I got the result in a group, My question is how can I get all the result from different groups batchly in a simple way?

perhaps i didn't understand what you call "group".

don't you get something like in this video?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mxmbGr_y8_Y

 

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