Claire.Lemercier at ens.fr
Tue Jun 22 12:16:26 CEST 2010
OK, of course, thanks... Now everyone will see that I am still not
accustomed to methods based on simulation and how to read their results.
I hope that although the question was silly, the answer will help others!
All the best,
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> Date: Mon, 21 Jun 2010 14:10:47 +0200
> From: Gilbert Ritschard <Gilbert.Ritschard at unige.ch>
> Subject: Re: [Traminer-users] pseudo-ANOVA
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> Dear Claire,
> The histogram gives the distribution of the F_perm's, i.e. those computed
> from the permutations. It gives the distribution of the pseudo F under
> independence (i.e. in the case of no covariate effect) while the pseudo F
> provided in the table is the one computed for the observed data. It is
> precisely because it departures from the cluster of F_perm's that it not
> probable under independence and hence significant.
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