Quantiles of the F-distribution [General Sta­tis­tics]

posted by Shuanghe  – Spain, 2015-09-28 17:39  – Posting: # 15480
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Dear Detlew,

» Lets start with 2. and 4, the simpler ones:
» Correct for full replicate 4-periods with 2 sequences with mentioned precondition.

Thanks for the confirmation.

» Now to the mysterious lower/upper (upper/lower?) CI of the variabilities (your point 1.):
» The answer lies hidden in the text of the Warfarin guidance.
» "... Fα/2,ν1,ν2 is the value of the F-distribution with ν1 (numerator) and ν2 (denominator) degrees of freedom that has probability of α/2 to its right." (Emphasis be me. Similar text for F1-α/2,ν1,ν2).

Thanks!!! Didn't noticed that. :-(

» Hope this helps.

Yes! :thumb up:

All the best,

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