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On the Relationship between ANOVA Main Effects and Average Treatment Effects.

"We find that the average treatment effect is estimated by the type I and type II key effects, with type I and type II main effects affecting average treatment outcomes, but type III SS yield biased estimates of the average treatment effect when there are interactions. " If interactions are involved, ANOVA type I is always biased, ANOVA type I is always biased, and ANOVA type II and III key results are biased, if interactions are present. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35617441


Comparison of Multivariate ANOVA-Based Approaches for the Determination of Relevant Variables in Experimentally Designed Metabolomic Studies.

"The use of chemical methods based on variance analysis allows for the determination of the statistical significance of the experimental variables used in a study. " However, classical multivariate ANOVA has a number of features that make it impractical for dealing with metabolomics results, but classical multivariate ANOVA does have a number of limitations, making it impractical for dealing with metabolomics results. However, pertinent variables reported by GASCA tend to be more reliable, given that there is a strong similarity with those variables identified by the widely used partial least squares discriminant analysis method. ".

Source link: https://europepmc.org/article/MED/35630781

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