Resampling-Based Analysis of Multivariate Data and Repeated Measures Designs with the R Package MANOVA.RM

@article{Friedrich2019ResamplingBasedAO,
  title={Resampling-Based Analysis of Multivariate Data and Repeated Measures Designs with the R Package MANOVA.RM},
  author={Sarah Friedrich and Frank Konietschke and Markus Pauly},
  journal={R J.},
  year={2019},
  volume={11},
  pages={380}
}
The numerical availability of statistical inference methods for a modern and robust analysis of longitudinal- and multivariate data in factorial experiments is an essential element in research and education. While existing approaches that rely on specific distributional assumptions of the data (multivariate normality and/or characteristic covariance matrices) are implemented in statistical software packages, there is a need for user-friendly software that can be used for the analysis of data… 

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