How to make up a Cochran post hoc test in R for Posthoc

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asked Mar 16, 2016 by cavittNeed (1,160 points)
I am trying to learn how to perform Cochran test in R.

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answered Apr 27, 2016 by Or_5707 (180 points)
Please keep this field empty: hcistats/cochran.
Another way to do Mc Nemar's test is to just take the data from the dataframe. For more details, see the code example for Mc Nemar's test.
Answer Then, include coin package, which is necessary for Cochran's Q test.
commented Apr 28, 2016 by Couron (1,160 points)
R code exampleThe code for Cochran's Q test is similar to those for ANOVA
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answered May 3, 2016 by N8492 (1,030 points)

This test can be regarded as an extension of the Mc Nemar test.
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answered May 25, 2016 by wickers_18 (150 points)
See SciStatCalc: Cochran's Q Test Calculator with Post-hoc ... for an example
This resolved my problem
commented May 25, 2016 by jnl_8630 (170 points)
Not sure how this works
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answered Jun 2, 2016 by Sebring (540 points)
I have used this line with some success in the controller. You can download from Post-hoc comparisons for Friedman test | Timo Gnambs
commented Jun 2, 2016 by dhr7626 (870 points)
Hope this can help u
commented Jun 3, 2016 by Sverchek (150 points)
And there is no single reason to use single quotes as much as possible
commented Jun 4, 2016 by thankTrapper (100 points)
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