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#1 0521


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Posted 08 November 2018 - 03:18 AM

Dear all,


When using Crossover for Tmax testing, how can I judge whether it is equivalent by the result?
I read the "The nonparametric methods proposed by Koch (1972)" document, and I think he is doing the following steps to judge:
1. Determine if the P value of the sequence is greater than 0.05,
2. If the P value of the sequence is less than 0.05, the test of "Treatment" cannot be performed.
3. If the P value of the sequence is greater than 0.05, it is judged whether the P value of the treatment is greater than 0.05.
4. If the P value of the Treatment is greater than the equivalent, otherwise it is not equivalent.
5. If the P value of the sequence and the P value of the Period are both greater than 0.05, a sign test can be used instead of the rank sum test used in the above steps.
Assuming α = 0.05, all of the above P values are the results in the "Effects" table.


Is the above judgment process correct?
If not, what is the correct judgment process?



#2 cradhakr


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Posted 09 November 2018 - 09:39 AM

Dear 0521,


Please refer to the link below, and there is a detail explanation bu Helmut. 








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