[R] Bonferroni with unequal sample sizes
ccleland at optonline.net
Fri Oct 23 19:47:18 CEST 2009
On 10/23/2009 1:30 PM, slreiner at vims.edu wrote:
> I have run an ANOVA on 4 treatments with unequal sample sizes (n=9,7,10 and 10). I want to determine where my sig. differences are between treatments using a Bonferroni test, and have run the code:
> pairwise.t.test(Wk16, Treatment, p.adf="bonf")
> I receive an error message stating that my arguments are of unequal length:
> Error in tapply(x, g, mean, na.rm = TRUE) :
> arguments must have same length
> Is there a way to run this test even with unequal sample sizes?
Unequal sample sizes are not causing the reported error. The problem
is that 'Wk16' and 'Treatment' do not have the same number of
observations. If the group sizes are 9, 7, 10, and 10, then 'Wk16' and
'Treatment' should each contain 36 observations.
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