[R] data analysis for partial two-by-two factorial design

Ding, Yuan Chun ycding at coh.org
Fri Mar 2 21:44:24 CET 2018

Hi Bert,

Thank  you so much for your direction, I have asked a question on stackexchange website.


From: Bert Gunter [mailto:bgunter.4567 at gmail.com]
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This list provides help on R programming (see the posting guide linked below for details on what is/is not considered on topic), and generally avoids discussion of purely statistical issues, which is what your query appears to be. The simple answer is yes, you can fit the model as described,  but you clearly need the off topic discussion as to what it does or does not mean. For that, you might try the stats.stackexchange.com<http://stats.stackexchange.com> statistical site.


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On Fri, Mar 2, 2018 at 10:34 AM, Ding, Yuan Chun <ycding at coh.org<mailto:ycding at coh.org>> wrote:
Dear R users,

I need to analyze data generated from a partial two-by-two factorial design: two levels for drug A (yes, no), two levels for drug B (yes, no);  however, data points are available only for three groups, no drugA/no drugB, yes drugA/no drugB, yes drugA/yes drug B, omitting the fourth group of no drugA/yes drugB.  I think we can not investigate interaction between drug A and drug B, can I still run  model using R as usual:  response variable = drug A + drug B?  any suggestion is appreciated.

Thank you very much!

Yuan Chun Ding

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