[R] multiple numerical variables in aov
rg117 at yahoo.co.uk
Fri Apr 11 17:55:30 CEST 2003
It is true that you sent me the email earlier but the way that my email is sorted, Chuck's emails
were at the top of my list and hence I read it and responded to it first.
With respect to providing me with *all* the info, Chuck did this also although he did so in two
differnt emails. He seems to have CCed only one of them two the r-help mailing list though.
Finally, my follow up question was about something that was mentioned in Chuck's email but was not
--- Prof Brian Ripley <ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk> wrote: > On Fri, 11 Apr 2003, Rishabh Gupta wrote:
> > Thanks very much for your help. Just a follow up question..
> Although you had been told precisely that earlier, for some reason I don't
> get any thanks.
> > Like I said I was using aov() instead of anova(). I want to maintain maximum compatability
> > what I've been using so far and I notice that manova() is just a wrapper to
> > aov().
> Notice a bit harder. The `wrapper' changes the class, and summary.manova
> does all the work.
> > How important
> > is it to use summary(......, test="Wilks") exactly, do you think that the default test
> > would be sufficient.
> Sufficient for what? The default test is the default for a good reason.
> > Once again, many thanks for your help.
> Once again, it is not polite to ignore others who give you the same help,
> especially when it comes from the person who provided you with *all* of
> Brian D. Ripley, ripley at stats.ox.ac.uk
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