[Rasch] DIF and multiple comparisons - BH method
Mike Linacre (RMT)
rmt at rasch.org
Tue Feb 7 09:45:49 EST 2006
Thank you, Randy and Fred,
The Benjamini, Y. & Hochberg, Y. (1995) method for multiple comparisons
appears to be:
(1) Compute individual p-values for each of the N hypothesis tests as
though each was the only one.
(2) Sort the N p-values by size ascending, n=1,N, so that p(1) is the
smallest, and p(N) is the largest
(3) Starting from p(N) downwards, look down for the first p(n) which is
less than or equal to (n/N) * 0.05 (or your chosen significance level)
(4) Tests 1 to n are classified as significant.
Is this correct? Have any useful modifications been proposed? This seems
easy to implement in software, which I may well do.
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