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Repeated Measures ANOVA


General Notes
 
 
The term "repeated measures" means that each specimen is measured more than once.  Often there is something done to each specimen between measurements.  Common examples include: dependent samples (paired) t-test (comparing pre- and post-test results for students); longitudinal studies; panel data; etc.


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