## Using Multivariate StatisticsThis text takes a practical approach to multivariate data analysis, with an introductionto the most commonly encountered statistical and multivariate techniques. Using Multivariate Statistics provides practical guidelines for conducting numerous types of multivariate statistical analyses. It gives syntax and output for accomplishing many analyses through the most recent releases of SAS, SPSS, and SYSTAT, some not available in software manuals. The book maintains its practical approach, still focusing on the benefits and limitations of applications of a technique to a data set - when, why, and how to do it. Overall, it provides advanced students with a timely and comprehensive introduction to today's most commonly encountered statistical and multivariate techniques, while assuming only a limited knowledge ofhigher-level mathematics. *A new chapter on survival analysis (Ch. 15) allows students to analyze data where the outcome is time until something happens. This is very popular in biomedical research. *A new chapter on time series analysis (Ch. 16) encourages students to learn to model patterns in data gathered over many trials and to test for the effectiveness on an intervention ( |

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Figure 3.1(a) shows the first sampling distribution, defined as the null

H0, that is, the sampling distribution of means calculated from all possible

samples of size 25 taken from a population where fi = 100 and a = 15. The

sampling ...

Figure 3.1(a) shows the first sampling distribution, defined as the null

**hypothesis**,H0, that is, the sampling distribution of means calculated from all possible

samples of size 25 taken from a population where fi = 100 and a = 15. The

sampling ...

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FIGURE 3.1 Sampling distribution for means with N = 25 and a = 15 under two

model is taken — -the null

the null ...

FIGURE 3.1 Sampling distribution for means with N = 25 and a = 15 under two

**hypotheses**: (a) H0: ft = 100 and (b)//fl:/*=108. Frequently, this is as far as themodel is taken — -the null

**hypothesis**is either retained or rejected. However, ifthe null ...

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In regular ANOVA, this question is answered by test of the "groups"

profile analysis jargon, this is the "levels"

question as the between-sub- jects main effect in repeated-measures ANOVA.

In regular ANOVA, this question is answered by test of the "groups"

**hypothesis**; inprofile analysis jargon, this is the "levels"

**hypothesis**. It addresses the samequestion as the between-sub- jects main effect in repeated-measures ANOVA.

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### Contents

Combining Variables | 10 |

Using the Book | 17 |

Review of Univariate and Bivariate Statistics | 31 |

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