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33 One-Way Treatment Structure in a Completely Randomized Design Structure Finally, to test the hypothesis to see if the two drug means differ, test H0: l3 = m2 - m 3 = 0 vs Ha: l3 = m2 - m 3 π 0. 0334. e. (lˆ )]2 is estimated by Âi=1 c 4i sˆ 4i / 2 ˆ 2 [ni (ni - 1)]. e. (lˆ )]2 , i = 1, 2, … , t ∂s i2 The qi are evaluated at the estimated values of each treatment’s variances (Montgomery and Runger, 1993, 1994). When the data from each of the samples are normally distributed, then (ni - 1) sˆ i2 s i2 2 2 is distributed as a central chi-square random variable.
Next, the preceding results are demonstrated with the drug errors example. 1, and suppose the experimenter is interested in answering the following questions: 1) On average, do drugs have any effect on learning at all? 2) Do subjects make more errors when given both drugs than when given only one? 3) Do the two drugs differ in their effects on the number of errors made? To answer the first question, one might test the hypothesis that the mean of the three drug groups is equal to the control mean.
6. By constructing the code in a matrix language, one can obtain a test of any hypothesis of the form Cm = a. 12 Concluding Remarks In this chapter, the analysis of the one-way analysis of variance model was described. General procedures for making statistical inferences about the effects of different treatments were provided and illustrated for the case of homogeneous errors. Two basic procedures 17 The Simplest Case: One-Way Treatment Structure for obtaining statistical analyses of experimental design models were introduced.