appropriate tests for randomly selected data?

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appropriate tests for randomly selected data?

Postby IceFeast » Sat Jan 12, 2013 7:35 pm

Hi. I am having troubles with what test should I use in comparing randomly selected data using spss?

Cr concentrations----------------Cr concentration absorption
15.00 mg/kg-------------------------------3.54
45.00 mg/kg-------------------------------4.27
75.00 mg/kg-------------------------------2.63
105.00 mg/kg------------------------------3.76
135.00 mg/kg------------------------------2.23
165.00 mg/kg------------------------------3.88
195.00 mg/kg------------------------------6.39
225.00 mg/kg------------------------------8.18
255.00 mg/kg------------------------------9.15
285.00 mg/kg------------------------------5.30
315.00 mg/kg------------------------------4.33

I want to know a test that is much similar to One-way ANOVA. I cant use ANOVA because of too few cases. I want to know if there is a significant difference among Cr concentration absorptions. Thanks!

Followup question:

Which test is better for post-hoc tests? LSD, Tukey, or Games-Howell test?
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Re: appropriate tests for randomly selected data?

Postby statman » Mon Jan 14, 2013 2:10 pm

Need much more clarity and also see the Note below
See the note below

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