Statistical Methods for Listening Tests(splitted R3mix VBR s 2001-10-03 03:47:05 QuoteHmm, the results of that test are still under discussion (actually, I'm waiting for ff123 to finish his analysis tool with the nonparametric Tukey HSD test )Well, you don't have to wait for me to finish coding to know what the non-parametric Tukey HSD value is -- I calculated that in Excel. It's 64. The Fisher LSD was 44. So, you can see that Tukey is quite a bit more conservative.The ranksums (for reference) were:cbr192 = 151.5r3mix = 172.0abr224 = 186.5dm-ins = 188.0cbr256 = 185.5dm-std = 198.0dm-xtrm = 207.0mpc = 223.5So basically all the Tukey HSD says (experiment-wise confidence level is 95%) is that mpc is better than cbr192!ff123Edit: I discovered my Excel spreadsheet had a mistake in it. The non-parametric Tukey's HSD should be 68.1. I was debugging my code and had to resolve the discrepancy (the code was correct). The conclusion remains the same.