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- Jiin-Huarng Guo, Wei-Ming Luh
- The British journal of mathematical and…
- 2009

When planning a study, sample size determination is one of the most important tasks facing the researcher. The size will depend on the purpose of the study, the cost limitations, and the nature of the data. By specifying the standard deviation ratio and/or the sample size ratio, the present study considers the problem of heterogeneous variances and… (More)

- Wei-Ming Luh, Jiin-Huarng Guo
- Psychological methods
- 2016

Tests of equivalence have been used by psychological and social researchers to demonstrate the equivalence of 2 group means. However, there is a need for better methods of sample size planning if there are more than 2 groups and the aim is to carry out a linear contrast of population means, especially if cost constraints and variance heterogeneity among… (More)

- Jiin-Huarng Guo, Hubert J Chen, Wei-Ming Luh
- The British journal of mathematical and…
- 2011

The allocation of sufficient participants into different experimental groups for various research purposes under given constraints is an important practical problem faced by researchers. We address the problem of sample size determination between two independent groups for unequal and/or unknown variances when both the power and the differential cost are… (More)

- Jiin-Huarng Guo, L Billard, Wei-Ming Luh
- The British journal of mathematical and…
- 2011

When the underlying variances are unknown or/and unequal, using the conventional F test is problematic in the two-factor hierarchical data structure. Prompted by the approximate test statistics (Welch and Alexander-Govern methods), the authors develop four new heterogeneous test statistics to test factor A and factor B nested within A for the unbalanced… (More)

- Jiin-Huarng Guo, Wei-Ming Luh
- The British journal of mathematical and…
- 2009

The factorial 2 x 2 fixed-effect ANOVA is a procedure used frequently in scientific research to test mean differences between-subjects in all of the groups. But if the assumption of homogeneity is violated, the test for the row, column, and the interaction effect might be invalid or less powerful. Therefore, for planning research in the case of unknown and… (More)

- Wei-Ming Luh, Jiin-Huarng Guo
- The British journal of mathematical and…
- 2007

Yuen's two-sample trimmed mean test statistic is one of the most robust methods to apply when variances are heterogeneous. The present study develops formulas for the sample size required for the test. The formulas are applicable for the cases of unequal variances, non-normality and unequal sample sizes. Given the specified alpha and the power (1-beta), the… (More)

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