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1 A posteriori multiple comparison tests 09/30/12 1

2 Recall the Lakes experiment Source of variation SS DF MS F P Lakes Error Total The ANOVA tells us that there are differences in average fish length among levels of factor Lakes (p<0.05). Factor Lakes has three levels (Lake 1, Lake 2 and Lake 3) Which Lakes are different? Note that there are several possibilities! Are they all different? Is Lake 1 different from Lake 2 which, in turn, is equal to Lake 3? 09/30/12 2

3 Recall the Lakes experiment Source of variation SS DF MS F P Lakes Error Total The ANOVA avoids Type I Error inflation when analyzing simultaneously more than two samples. However, in its simpler form, it does not give any detail on particular differences among levels However, we can be confident (with an error rate of 0.05) that some of the levels are really different 09/30/12 3

4 A posteriori Multiple Comparison Tests These type of tests is used when we have no a priori knowledge of the type of differences that are expected They work like multiple t-tests but take advantage of the results of ANOVA (e.g., the estimated Error or Within Samples variation) They are prone to Type I error inflation, but try to avoid that by specific strategies (algorithms) There is a plethora of tests to choose from! See Day & Quinn (1998) Comparisons of treatments after an analysis of variance in ecology. Ecological Monographs. 51(4): /30/12 4

5 A posteriori Multiple Comparison Tests Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) Fisher Protected Least Significant Difference (LSD) Duncan Multiple Range test (Duncan) Ryan s test Peritz s test Scheffé s test Dunnett s test Sequential Bonferroni Correction Dunnet s T3 test (rank based) Dunnet s C test (rank based) Games-Howell test (rank based)... 09/30/12 5

6 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) The basic formula is very simple, similar to a t-test, but uses MS error instead of the variances of the samples 09/30/12 6

7 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 1 - First of all, compute the averages for each sample n Average Variance Lake Lake Lake /30/12 7

8 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 2 Order the averages in ascending or descending order (it doesn t matter) n Average Variance Lake Lake Lake Lake1 Lake2 Lake /30/12 8

9 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 3 Get the MS error, DF error and n from the ANOVA Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 09/30/12 9

10 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 4 Compare the two most extreme averages using the formula of Q Lake1 Lake2 Lake3 MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs = /30/12 10

11 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 4 Obtain a critical value for the distribution of Q with k=3 means and ν = DF error = 12 degrees of freedom Q obs = q [3,12] = If the observed Q is larger than q crit, then the two means differ Lake 1 Lake 3 09/30/12 11

12 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 6 Now repeat these steps for Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 and Lake 2 vs. Lake 3, simultaneously maintaining q crit For Lake 2 vs. Lake 3 Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs < q crit q [3,12] = Lake 2 = Lake 3 09/30/12 12

13 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) 6 Now repeat these steps for Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 and Lake 2 vs. Lake 3, simultaneously maintaining q crit For Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs < q crit q [3,12] = Lake 1 = Lake 2 09/30/12 13

14 Tukey Honestly Significant Difference (HSD or Tukey) Lake1 Lake2 Lake The multiple test is inconclusive! The most likely reason for such outcome is the lack of power You should repeat the analysis with larger sample sizes (n) 09/30/12 14

15 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 1 - First of all, compute the averages for each sample n Average Variance Lake Lake Lake /30/12 15

16 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 2 Order the averages in ascending or descending order (it doesn t matter) n Average Variance Lake Lake Lake Lake1 Lake2 Lake /30/12 16

17 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 3 Get the MS error, DF error and n from the ANOVA Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 09/30/12 17

18 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 4 Compare the two most extreme averages using the formula of Q Lake1 Lake2 Lake3 MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs = /30/12 18

19 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 4 Obtain a critical value for the distribution of Q with k=3 means and ν = DF error = 12 degrees of freedom Q obs = q [3,12] = If the observed Q is larger than q crit, then the two means differ Lake 1 Lake 3 09/30/12 19

20 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 6 Now repeat these steps for Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 and Lake 2 vs. Lake 3, simultaneously, but use a q crit for two means instead of three For Lake 2 vs. Lake 3 Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs < q crit q [2,12] = Lake 2 = Lake 3 09/30/12 20

21 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) 6 Now repeat these steps for Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 and Lake 2 vs. Lake 3, simultaneously, but use a q crit for two means instead of three For Lake 1 vs. Lake 2 Lake1 Lake2 Lake MS Error = DF Error = 12 n = 5 Q obs < q crit Lake 1 = Lake 2 q [2,12] = /30/12 21

22 Student-Neuman-Keuls test (SNK) Lake1 Lake2 Lake The multiple test is also inconclusive! The most likely reason for such outcome is the lack of power You should repeat the analysis with larger sample sizes (n) 09/30/12 22

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