Rank-based multiple test procedures and simultaneous confidence intervals

  title={Rank-based multiple test procedures and simultaneous confidence intervals},
  author={Frank Konietschke and L. A. Hothorn and Edgar Brunner},
We study simultaneous rank procedures for unbalanced designs with independent observations. The hypotheses are formulated in terms of purely nonparametric treatment effects. In this context, we derive rankbased multiple contrast test procedures and simultaneous confidence intervals which take the correlation between the test statistics into account. Hereby, the individual test decisions and the simultaneous confidence intervals are compatible. This means, whenever an individual hypothesis has… CONTINUE READING

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