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Closed testing using surrogate hypotheses with restricted alternatives.

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Summary of "Closed testing using surrogate hypotheses with restricted alternatives."

The closed testing principle provides strong control of the type I error probabilities of tests of a set of hypotheses that are closed under intersection such that a given hypothesis H can only be tested and rejected at level α if all intersection hypotheses containing that hypothesis are also tested and rejected at level α. For the higher order hypotheses, multivariate tests (> 1df) are generally employed. However, such tests are directed to an omnibus alternative hypothesis of a difference in any direction for any component that may be less meaningful than a test directed against a restricted alternative hypothesis of interest.

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0219520

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