Compilation [Study As­sess­ment]

posted by AngusMcLean – USA, 2016-05-27 22:51  – Posting: # 16368
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» My preference is REML/Satterthwaite because one could reproduce results in three different software packages. I would avoid NCSS; no idea how the calculation is done.

Jerry from NCSS reports the following:

We have looked into this and resolved it in our own minds. NCSS uses the Kenwood-Rogers method for degrees of freedom which is an extension of the Satterthwaite method.

This NCSS method is:

NCSS REML/extension of Saiterwaite B0 1.9414 (1.4849-2.3978); B1 0.7617 (0.6659-0.8576)
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