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Comparisonwise error rate

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  1. during multiple comparisons testing, comparisonwise error rate is the probability of falsely rejecting the null hypothesis for one test, i.e., the probability of Type 1 error occurring

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  2. a term from statistics

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  3. The α (alpha) that is assigned applies to each individual hypothesis test

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  4. Cumulative error rate increases rapidly as the number of comparisons increase

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  5. Therefore, the number of comparisons to be tested is an important determinant of the most appropriate multiple comparisons method to use

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