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a month ago

i have worked on three different specimen[male brooders] and all the result was gotten from the chryopresrvation of the fish sperm gotten from the brooders induced with three different hormones.the weight,standard lenght,total lenght,ph,volume,motility and total sperm count were observed for the milt gotten from the three different brooders,how do i solve it statistically?

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a month ago

Well, that depends on what you want to solve?

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a month ago

i want to solve for Anova,then the mean deviation of each result,the pearson correlation cofficient,and standard error.

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a month ago

favourrich wrote:

If you cannot take the time to detail your question unfortunately we cannot provide an answer beyond what's below. Good Luck.

This is a generic question on how to calculate statistics.

Look at the following procedures in the documentation and work through the examples:

PROC ANOVA

PROC MEANS

PROC CORR

See support.sas.com/training/tutorial for examples of usage.

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a month ago

favourrich wrote:

how do i solve it statistically?

Solve what?

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