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Least significant difference test

An approach to comparing a set of means that controls the familywise error rate at some particular level, say α. The hypothesis of the equality of the means is tested first by an α level F test. If this test is not significant, then the procedure terminates without making detailed inferences on pairwise differences; otherwise each pairwise difference is tested by an α level, Student’s t test.

Least significant difference test

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