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Durbin Test - non-parametric mixed ANOVA

Hello

Can anyone help me in understanding how to interpret the Durbin Statistic table for a two way rmANOVA where using non-parametric analysis. What is the difference between the p and the pF significance values?


Thanks

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  • Hi HMStat,

    To facilitate the discussion it would be great it you could show a screenshot. We are working on ANOVA help files for the next release, so this may come in handy.

    Cheers,

    E.J.

  • Hi HMSTAT,

    The p is the p-value for the chi square statistic, whereas the pF is the p-value for the F statistic in the table.

    Cheers,

    Johnny

  • Hi,

    Maybe I don't understand well the output but I was wondering several questions related with this topic:

    Why is not possible to run...

    an unbalanced non-parametric mixed ANOVA?

    between post-hoc test?

    interaction post-hoc test?

    Thanks in advance.

  • Hi Vicente,

    • The Durbin test is only suitable for balanced designs (see Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Durbin_test ). I am not entirely sure why this is, but I can sort this out next week if needed.
    • As for the the post-hoc tests, the between tests should be in JASP already, and the next release (0.10) will have tests for interaction terms.

    Kind regards,

    Johnny

  • Hi JohnnyB,

    Thanks for the replay.

    These are very good news for the next release, I'm so impatient...



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