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Scheffe test

a post hoc or multiple comparison test which is used to determine whether three or more means differ significantly in an analysis of variance. Equal variances are assumed but it is suitable for unequal group sizes. Generally, it is regarded as one of the most conservative post hoc tests. The test can compare any contrast between means and not just comparisons between pairs of means. It is based on the F ...

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