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Excerpt — Statistics in Kinesiology-4th Edition

Analyze variance of repeated measures with bicycle racing case study

To demonstrate how to calculate ANOVA with repeated measures, we analyze a hypothetical study.

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Calculate relative risk in clinical kinesiology settings

Relative risk (RR), also known as the risk ratio, is a ratio of proportions. Specifically, it is a ratio of the rate of exposure in the individuals who have the condition (or response) divided by the rate of exposure in the individuals who do not have the condition.

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Simplify large data sets in kinesiology using factor analysis

When data are collected on many variables using the same set of subjects, it is possible, indeed probable, that some of the variables are related.

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