[R] Question - TukeyHSD
bgunter.4567 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 4 21:33:50 CET 2017
AFAICS, without knowing the structure of your data and what specifically
you wish to do, how could one answer your question? -- which is probably
yes, you can do it, but without further info, ??? Maybe someone with a
better crystal ball can help -- or you could clarify.
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On Sat, Nov 4, 2017 at 6:30 AM, Paul Kent <kentp3 at uni.coventry.ac.uk> wrote:
> I've been performing some TukeyHSD tests in R and have come across papers
> that include all the necessary information (means, sample size and SE) for
> me to perform the piecewise comparison by hand. I can reach out to the
> authors to get the original dataset, but it raises the question, can I
> perform the Test with the information I have and save myself some time? Is
> there a way to somehow construct an aov element to feed the TukeyHSD
> function, or is there another way to proceed.
> Many thanks.
> Paul Kent
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