Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2000 12:14:50 -0400
Reply-To: Big Mar <martin@CINCI.RR.COM>
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From: Big Mar <martin@CINCI.RR.COM>
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Subject: Re: SAS Stat question-- partially overlapping samples
I think I've managed to do it in a data step using a calculation for t for
overlapping samples I found in one of my stat books, but I still need to
check it by doing a few by hand. A procedure would still be preferable.
Anyways....Here is what I want to test.
n = 600
I have 11 products. Respondents rated 5 of the 11 products on a 5 point
I want to test ALL of the possible combinations . i.e. 1 vs. 2 - 1 vs. 3
... 1 vs. 11, 2 vs. 3 etc....
If they rated all 11 it would be easy...
proc ttest data = one;
paired (q1_1-q1_11) * (q1_1-q1_11);
If this isn't enough info. I'll be happy to provide more.
"Jay Weedon" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> More detail please!
> Please provide more information on the ratings, and on what hypotheses
> you wish to test.
> On Wed, 11 Oct 2000 16:53:11 -0400, "Big Mar" <email@example.com>
> >I am stumped!!!
> >I have data with about 50% partial overlap (i.e. each respondent rated 3
> >30 products), so a paired t-test is not appropriate, nor is a standard
> >t-test. Is there a way, using ANOVA or some other procedure to do this
> >Any help is greatly apprciated!