[R] Use of least-squares means, are they misleading?
felipe at unileon.es
Mon Sep 19 16:03:41 CEST 2005
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Thank you, I will try there.
Peter Flom wrote:
| I doubt you will get much response on this list, although it's an
| interesting question. You might try asking it on another list. Some
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|>>>Felipe <felipe at unileon.es> 09/19/05 6:39 AM >>>
| Sorry for sending this question twice, but I would really like to know
| your opinion on this topic.
| I have been reading about the (in)convenience of using least-squares
| means (a. k. a. adjusted means) in multiple comparisons (I used to
| resort to them when using SAS). I even read a post in this list warning
| against them, but not giving much detail.
| What is your opinion? Should I avoid using LSmeans for comparison (e.g.
| after ANOVA)?
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