Ordered Hypotheses for Multiple Treatments: A Significance Test for Linear Ranks

In many experiments the background evidence, theories, or conditions suggest an expected ordering among the treatment effects, yet in the analysis of variance such implicit hypotheses are typically neglected

Ellis Batten Page

2012

Scholarcy highlights

  • In many experiments the background evidence, theories, or conditions suggest an expected ordering among the treatment effects, yet in the analysis of variance such implicit hypotheses are typically neglected
  • A ranking statistic L is presented as test of a monotonic relationship
  • L is related to the test of the linear component
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