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Nonparametric Method Using Placement in One-way Layout
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 Title & Authors
Nonparametric Method Using Placement in One-way Layout
Chung, Taek-Su; Kim, Dong-Jae;
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 Abstract
Kruskal and Wallis (1952) proposed typical nonparametric method in one-way layout problem. A special feature of this procedure is use of rank in mixed samples. In this paper, the new procedure based on placement as extension of the two sample placement tests described in Orban and Wolfe (1982) was proposed. Some critical values in small sample cases and comparative results of a Monte Carlo power study are presented.
 Keywords
Placement;one-way layout;rank;
 Language
Korean
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