- Thread starter La82
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Me neither - but trying to get there

I am doing a test where I get Measurement at 5 different frequencies (frequency sweep). I have 9 approved curves at this frequency, and I want to test if the 3 replicate Measurements I have made on a different material fits the references. So I could do a t-test at each frequency to test if the Measurements were ok, but I would like to test all 5 (the entire curve) at once.

I have tried a nested design, but this still checks the interaction between the frequencies which I know is going to be a significant factor since this is the purpose of the test.

I don't know if this makes sence, but pleace dont hesitate to ask more quenstions

Best Regards

Lonnie

But I have two goups I would like to compare across the same 5 datapoints (1, 2, 3, 4, 5).

In Group 1 i have 9 repetitions pr datapoint (9 x 5 = 45 observations), in Group 2 I have 3 repetition pr datapoint (3 x 5 = 15 observations).

Does that make more sense?

Now what is your study question, exactly?