Strong Type I Error control + CI: Not yet… [Two-Stage / GS Designs]

posted by Alex – Austria, 2024-01-08 17:22 (161 d 22:32 ago) – Posting: # 23822
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Hi Helmut,

thanks for confirming my understanding.

Yes, as far as I understood, the paper uses ANOVA, which caused confusion at my side and was the reason for my post. I thought that I may have missed something. But I totally agree with you, the “Two-at-a-Time” approach with unequal variances would have been the better choice (but again leading to the problem of contructing RCIs for the inverse normal combination test and the need to use Potvin's algorithms).

Hope to see you again in person soon.
Alex

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