Friedman Test vs. Durbin Test
in my analysis I am conducting a Repeated Measures ANOVA. Since the data is not normally distributed, I am using the Friedman Test. However, JASP defaults to the Durbin Test and does not give me the Friedman Test. The Durbin Test is typically used in incomplete block designs, but my design is not incomplete:
Participants came into the lab on four consecutive days and did a cognitive test three times every day. Why does JASP use the Durbin Test here? I have no missing data.
Thank you in advance for any help.