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bigban777
Obsidian | Level 7

Hi,

I used PROC GLM for ANOVA.

 

ods html style=statistical;
ods graphics on;
title "Anova with Plots";
PROC GLM DATA = smoke3 order=data;;
	CLASS amt;
	MODEL fef=amt/solution;
	CONTRAST 'ns vs ps' amt 1 -1 0 0 0 0;
	CONTRAST 'ns vs ave inhale' amt 1 0 0 -.1 -.7 -.2;
	CONTRAST '# of smo' amt 0 0 0 -14 -4 18;
	CONTRAST 'ps vs ms' amt 0 -1 0 0 1 0;
	ESTIMATE 'ns vs ave inh' amt 1 0 0 -.1 -.7 -.2;
	ESTIMATE 'smo mn' intercept 70 amt 0 0 0 10 20 40 / divisor = 70;
	ESTIMATE 'nonsmo mn vs smo mn' amt 35 35 0 -10 -20 -40 / divisor = 70;
	ESTIMATE 'ps vs ms' intercept 70 amt 0 30 0 0 40 0 / divisor =70 ;
	lsmeans amt/pdiff adjust=tukey;;
run;
quit;
ods graphics off;
ods html close;

And i got following result:

DiffPlot.png

 

Question: how to interpret my graph?

Thank you

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

See p. 3 of "Interpreting the Differences Among LSMEANS in Generalized Linear Models" by Robin High. 

 

Briefly, the blue lines represent pairs of groups whose mean differences are significantly different from zero. (That is, the means are sig diff from each other.) The red lines represent pairs that are NOT significantly different from zero. In your example, the mean difference between the NI and PS groups are not sig diff. Similarly, the mean difference between the NI-LS groups and the LS-PS groups are not sig different. The other pairwise comparison of means are significantly different from each other.

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Rick_SAS
SAS Super FREQ

See p. 3 of "Interpreting the Differences Among LSMEANS in Generalized Linear Models" by Robin High. 

 

Briefly, the blue lines represent pairs of groups whose mean differences are significantly different from zero. (That is, the means are sig diff from each other.) The red lines represent pairs that are NOT significantly different from zero. In your example, the mean difference between the NI and PS groups are not sig diff. Similarly, the mean difference between the NI-LS groups and the LS-PS groups are not sig different. The other pairwise comparison of means are significantly different from each other.

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