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As will see, even the meagre analytic yield from a CI inference on f is often redundant (and sometimes irrelevant) in the context of an analysis based on contrasts. Contrasts In the context of a single-factor ANOVA-model analysis, a contrast is a linear combination of effect parameters where the coefficients in the linear combination sum to zero. Analyses of data from multiple-group experiments are usually based on multiple contrasts. Let ψg be the gth contrast in an analysis, defined by a set of J contrast coefficients cgj .
For an indication of the approach to this issue recently adopted by the American Psychological Association, see Wilkinson and the Task Force on Statistical Inference (1999) and the 5th edition of the APA Publication Manual (American Psychological Association, 2001). Oakes (1986) provides a very readable book-length discussion and critique of a number of approaches to statistical inference, including classical and Bayesian approaches. Questions and exercises At the end of each chapter you will find a set of questions and exercises designed to test your understanding of the material in the chapter, and, particularly in subsequent chapters, to provide you with opportunities to practise carrying out relevant analyses.
If the experiment happens to be Replication 5 from the simulation, then it turns out that no inference can be justified by the test. ) This ‘nonsignificant’ (no inference) outcome is, needless to say, absolutely uninformative, not because there is anything wrong with the test procedure, but simply because at this level of inference much of the information in a potentially informative 95% CI is ignored. 08) excludes the possibility of a confident direction inference, but it does support the inference that µ 2 is not nontrivially larger than µ1 , among other things.