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Date:   Wed, 2 Oct 1996 11:15:09 +0100
Reply-To:   Nelson Kinnersley <nelson@DIRCON.CO.UK>
Sender:   "SAS(r) Discussion" <SAS-L@UGA.CC.UGA.EDU>
From:   Nelson Kinnersley <nelson@DIRCON.CO.UK>
Subject:   Re: FRIEDMAN-TEST ?????
Comments:   To: "Werner E. HELM" <helm@FHDACOM2.FHRZ.FH-DARMSTADT.DE>


You should take a look at the SAS/STAT manual under PROC FREQ (I don't have the exact reference to hand). p-values are not exact but it does give an example of Friedman's test.


---------- > From: Werner E. HELM > To: Multiple recipients of list SAS-L > Subject: FRIEDMAN-TEST ????? > Date: 02 October 1996 10:11 > > Dear statisticians on sas-l : > > Is there somewhere in SAS the FRIEDMAN (1937) rank analysis of variance > or FRIEDMAN-TEST for several paired samples (block experiment) directly (!) > available (exact p-values for small samples) or has it to be programmed by > each user ?????? > > It's not in NPAR1WAY or MULTTEST (as I believe), NPAR2WAY does not exist

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