Analysis of Repeated Measurements (Hardback)Michael G. Kenward
Hardback Published: 30/04/1999
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This monograph aims to provide statisticians with an accessible account of the statistical analysis of repeated measurements data from an applied perspective. It is primarily concerned with the analysis of experimental data, although the techniques covered have wider applicability. The material covers summary and presentation, use of derived variates, analysis of variance type methods, models for continuous and categorical data, including the representation of covariance structure, and the problem of handling incomplete sequences. Particular attention is given to the issue of small sample size in repeated measurement analyses. The ease of applicability of methodology, especially its availability in commercial software, is an important consideration of the book. Developments are illustrated throughout with examples from agriculture and medical research.
Publisher: Oxford University Press