[R] Mauchly and Levene

Tanja Seifried cinnamon313 at web.de
Tue Jun 27 13:58:44 CEST 2006


thanks a lot for the answer, I found the Levene test in the car package.

I already tried to compute my Mauchly.test the same way as in the example(SSD)
matrix <- lm(data)

I was just unsure about it because with that I get a different result than when I do the Mauchly test with SPSS... hm

thanks again,

> Tanja Seifried <cinnamon313 at web.de> writes:
> > Hallo!
> > 
> > 
> > I just started working with R to do the statistical analyses for my diploma thesis.
> > I got two sets of data. 
> > Both contain repeated measures.
> > One has only one within-subject factor with four levels.
> > The other has one within-subject factor with two levels and one between-factor with two levels.
> >  
> > I want to compute a Mauchly test for both sets and a Levene test for the second set.
> >  
> > I couldn't find the LEvene test in R. Is it there?
> There's one in the "car" package.
> > I found the mauchly.test but I wasn't able to find out how to compute the error of covariance matrix I need as an argument for mauchly.test.
> > could anybody help me with the correct input I have to give to Mauchly.test so R will give me a test of sphericity out of my data?
> Someone already did. This is the first example on the help page for
> mauchly.test. And generating SSD/Variance matrices is on the help page
> for SSD.
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