Think about total N, not n per cell

The bottom line of this post is simple. There are lots of rules of thumb out there for minimum sample sizes to use in between-subjects factorial experiments. But they are virtually always formulated in terms of the sample size per cell, denoted as small n. For example, one ubiquitous informal rule suggests using about n=30 … Continue reading Think about total N, not n per cell

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