The Cgmanova Model

  title={The Cgmanova Model},
  author={Yuk W. Cheng and Deborah J. Street},
  journal={Communications in Statistics-theory and Methods},
The Completely General MANOVA (CGMANOVA) model may be used to analyze many complex designs including the GMANOVA, EGMANOVA, MSUR models, the multivariate seemingly unrelated growth curve model, and numerous other designs that do not have closed form solutions using the likelihood ratio method. In this paper we review the theory of the CGMANOVA model and compare 11near model likelihood test results with the Wald statistic. 
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