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Abstract

Type I error control accuracy of four commonly used pairwise mean comparison procedures, conducted as protected or unprotected tests, is examined. If error control philosophy is experimentwise, Tukey’s HSD, as an unprotected test, is most accurate and if philosophy is per-experiment, Dunn-Bonferroni, conducted as an unprotected test, is most accurate.

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