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Jul 22, 2010 7:07 AM
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My question is after running a 2 way ANOVA and subsequent post hoc orthogonal t-test how does JMP correct for multiple comparisons? Any help would be greatly appreciated!

-Scott

-Scott

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Jul 22, 2010 9:58 AM
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Is it a its a Tukey-Kramer HSD adjustment?? Anyone know?

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Jul 22, 2010 10:16 AM
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After running a 2 way ANOVA and then using the least squares mean table to contrast. How does it correct for multiple comparisons?

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Jul 23, 2010 7:29 AM
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If you go to the "Effect Details" tab of the output window after running the "Fit Model" procedure, and find the treatment effect you're interested in, then click on the red triangle you should find there, you'll be presented with options for "LSMeans Student's t" and "LSMeans Tukey HSD" breakdowns of your treatment means. There are also options in the one-way ANOVA platform like Dunnett's test: probably the best way to find everything that's available is to do a word search through the JMP Scripting Guide for "Student" or "Tukey".