Sequence effect Vs Subject effect? [Study As­sess­ment]

posted by Helmut Homepage – Vienna, Austria, 2019-07-28 17:59 (1814 d 10:57 ago) – Posting: # 20458
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Hi Mittyri,

which one sequence effect are you referring to?


Are you trying to confuse me? The crappy nested model (sorry, my Capt’n), all effects fixed. AUC only.

PHX/WNL
Hypothesis       Numer_DF Denom_DF      SS   MS     F_stat  P_value
sequence                1       38  2.9315 2.93152 49.0660 2.423E-08
sequence*subject       38       38 14.0771 0.37045  6.2004 7.174E-08
treatment               1       38  0.0190 0.01903  0.3185 0.57580
period                  1       38  0.2959 0.29594  4.9532 0.03205
Error                               2.2704 0.05975


R
                 Df  Sum Sq Mean Sq F value    Pr(>F)
sequence          1  2.9315 2.93152 49.0660 2.423e-08 ***
sequence:subject 38 14.0771 0.37045  6.2004 7.171e-08 ***
treatment         1  0.0190 0.01903  0.3185   0.57580
period            1  0.2959 0.29594  4.9532   0.03205 *
Residuals        38  2.2704 0.05975

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