Issues in biomedical statistics: comparing means by computer-intensive tests.

@article{Ludbrook1995IssuesIB,
  title={Issues in biomedical statistics: comparing means by computer-intensive tests.},
  author={John Ludbrook},
  journal={The Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery},
  year={1995},
  volume={65 11},
  pages={812-9}
}
  • John Ludbrook
  • Published 1995 in The Australian and New Zealand journal of surgery
In this review there are described two alternatives to classical tests for distinguishing means. These are called computer-intensive because they can only be performed on fast computers. Permutation procedures have the virtue in that they are easy to understand, they can be employed to analyse small sets of experimental data, and under the randomization model of inference (though not the population model) they require no assumptions except that the experimental groups have been constructed by… CONTINUE READING

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