From: Matthew Harbur <mharbur_at_umn.edu>

Date: Mon 31 Jul 2006 - 11:58:54 EST

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Date: Mon 31 Jul 2006 - 11:58:54 EST

I am resubmitting my question from earlier today -- this time with the
proper plain text formatting.

I have a dataset in which I have identified a three-way interaction. Factor A has 3 levels, factor B has 4 levels, and factor C has 3 levels. I would like to produce the following:

- A manova in which I can test the effect of factor C for each combination of factor A * factor B. I know how to do this using a series of “do” commands, but I wonder whether there is a more significant solution. For other converts from SAS, I am specifically looking for the R equivalent of the “by” command in PROC GLM.
- Create a table of means that, for each level of factor B, shows the interaction of factors A and C. Thus, I need to manipulate summary.formula or another table-generating program to produce subtotals. If that is not possible, is there another way to avoid generating and binding multiple subsets into one table?

I have searched the R-help archives and the internet, but to no avail. The
closest posting that I have found is:

http://tolstoy.newcastle.edu.au/R/help/05/04/3239.html. Would someone please
help me?

Thank you.

Matthew M. Harbur

University of Minnesota Southwest Research and Outreach Center
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