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Perform unplanned comparisons

Perform unplanned comparisons: Statistics with Excel Part Two
Perform unplanned comparisons: Statistics with Excel Part Two

After a significant ANOVA, the data might suggest intersample comparisons that you didn't plan in advance. Statisticians have created a variety of techniques for carrying out these kinds of comparisons, which often depend on special formulas and tables. By contrast, Joe shows you a way of performing unplanned comparisons that you can easily implement in Excel. Significant unplanned comparisons are important because they typically point the way toward further research.

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Business Intelligence Big Data IT Tableau QlikView Excel

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