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st: RE: Re: Nonparametric two way ANOVA
Roger Newson wrote
> Somers' D and Kendall's tau-a are
> detailed in
> my Stata Journal paper (Newson, 2002), which is available in
> pre-publication draft form on my website. (As is my Stata tip about
> calculating geometric means using the -eform()- option of -regress-.)
> I hope this helps. I would be able to make more specific
> suggestions if I
> knew more about precisely what association Joseph is trying
> to measure.
> Newson R. Parameters behind "nonparametric" statistics:
> Kendall's tau,
> Somers' D and median differences. The Stata Journal 2002; 2(1): 45-64.
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