A CLUSTER ANALYSIS METHOD FOR GROUPING MEANS IN THE ANALYSIS

@inproceedings{Scott1974ACA,
  title={A CLUSTER ANALYSIS METHOD FOR GROUPING MEANS IN THE ANALYSIS},
  author={Allen J. Scott and Malcolm Knott},
  year={1974}
}
It is sometimes useful in an analysis of variance to split the treatments into reasonably homogeneous groups. Multiple comparison procedures are often used for this purpose, but a more direct method is to use the techniques of cluster analysis. This approach is illustrated for several sets of data, and a likelihood ratio test is developed for judging the significance of differences among the resulting groups. 

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