Qualitative analysis of the ANOVA residuals [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Lucas – Brazil, 2014-02-19 16:13  – Posting: # 12455
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(edited by Lucas on 2014-02-19 20:22)


» [...] it may just look like the teeth of someone who pissed Mike Tyson seriously off.

That is an extraordinary way to describe it! :rotfl:

» Looking for outliers (looking in this regards means looking, and not quantifying their potential presence) may be another aspect where this could come in handy.

I don't know if I'm thinking too "statistically", but that wouldn't be very subjective? One can look and think that there are outliers and other can think that there aren't and both would not be wrong, since there is no criteria.
Anyway, your's is a good way to attend to that requirement from the sponsor, but IMHO a qualitative analysis for the residuals would not add any value to the study, from a regulatory perspective. Am I wrong?

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