SEQUENTIAL ANALYSIS OF MEANS FOR TESTING EQUALITY OF SEVERAL MEANS
by Gafar M. Oyeyemi and Lateef B. Adeleke.
The of Analysis of Means (ANOM) and Sequential Analysis of Means (SANOM)
as graphical statistical techniques for comparing group of treatment means were examined
in this paper. Results arising from the ANOM and SANOM were compared with the
conventional (parametric) approach, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) and its Post Hoc
analysis. Apart from its simplicity for non-statistician, ANOM and SANOM were found to
be more efficient, precise and unambiguous especially in its post hoc analysis (SANOM) for
producing non-overlapping homogeneous subgroups in the separation of means.
ANOM, Decision Lines, Homogenous, SANOM, Treatments
Gafar M. Oyeyemi, email@example.com
Lateef B. Adeleke, firstname.lastname@example.org
Fellman, Johan O., email@example.com
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