Duncan, David Beattie

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Duncan,

David Beattie, Australian-U.S. statistician, 1916–.
Duncan multiple-range test - a test designed to compare various mens.
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Then a follow-up Duncan Multiple-Range Test was conducted in three parts: 1) the difference among the same bio-treatment on a wood species at different bio-treatment times; 2) the difference among the same wood species at the same bio-treatment time within different bio-treatments; and 3) the difference among the same bio-treatment at the same time within different wood species.
Within a bio-treatment and a wood species, values followed by the same uppercase letter are not significantly different at p = 0.05; within a wood species and a treatment time, values followed by the same lowercase letter are not significantly different at p = 0.05; and within a bio-treatment and a treatment time, values followed by an asterisk are significantly different from other values at p = 0.05, according to the Duncan Multiple-Range Test. Table 2.
Duncan multiple-range test results reveal that the wrist RPEs at the (30[degrees], 45[degrees] and 60[degrees] handle angles were significantly lower than the wrist RPE at the 0[degrees] handle angle (see Table 2).