m.inf: Calculates the Means and Dispersion

Description Usage Arguments Note Author(s)

Description

Calculates the means and dispersion for one, two and three factor(s) by model and model.frame functions.

Usage

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  m.inf.1a(x,
           which,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))
  m.inf.1b(x,
           which,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))
  m.inf.2a(x,
           which1,
           which2,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))
  m.inf.2b(x,
           which1,
           which2,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))
  m.inf.3a(x,
           which1,
           which2,
           which3,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))
  m.inf.3b(x,
           which1,
           which2,
           which3,
           dispersion=c('mm', 's', 'se'))

Arguments

x

A SK object.

which

The name of the treatment to be used in the comparison. For all the value is determined internally by the package.

which1

The name of the treatment to be used in the comparison. For all the value is determined internally by the package.

which2

The name of the treatment to be used in the comparison. For all the value is determined internally by the package.

which3

The name of the treatment to be used in the comparison. For all the value is determined internally by the package.

dispersion

The dispersion to be considered to the means.
The possible vaues are: 'mm' = minimum and maximum, 's' = standart deviation, 'se' = standart deviation of the mean.

Note

This function is mainly for internal use in the TukeyC package.

Author(s)

Enio Jelihovschi ([email protected])
Jos<e9> Cl<e1>udio Faria ([email protected])
Ivan Bezerra Allaman ([email protected])


TukeyC documentation built on May 29, 2017, 9:14 p.m.