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Hypothesis Testing: Examples in Pharmaceutical Process and Analytical Development | IVT

Tukey’s test can be used to compare the means of multiple groups when the within-group variation is normal and all groups have the same true variance. This test is a Neyman-Pearson type test that maintains a desired family-wise Type I error rate. It is based on the Studentized range distribution. Bartlett’s test can be used to compare the variances of multiple groups when the within-group variation is normal. This test can be used as either a Neyman-Pearson or Fisherian type test and is based on the Chi-squared distribution. Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA) can be used to compare the intercepts...

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