Re: [R] Are least-squares means useful or appropriate?

From: Deepayan Sarkar <deepayan.sarkar_at_gmail.com>
Date: Fri 23 Sep 2005 - 06:36:28 EST

On 9/20/05, Felipe <felipe@unileon.es> wrote:
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> Hi.
> My question was just theoric. I was wondering if someone who were using
> SAS and R could give me their opinion on the topic. I was trying to use
> least-squares means for comparison in R, but then I found some
> indications against them, and I wanted to know if they had good basis
> (as I told earlier, they were not much detailed).

As a non-'SAS user', I'm not a good person to respond to this, but aren't you asking the wrong crowd? I have never come across this concept in a proper statistics course, and in my very brief encounter with it, it made absolutely no sense to me. But of course this does not automatically mean that it's non-sense or anything. So rather than asking R users who do not use it why they do not use something that there is no obvious reason to use to begin with, why don't you ask those who do (like whoever taught you to use them when you worked with SAS) to explain why they do?

Deepayan



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