Welcome to the hypothesis testing portion of the GLM program. Draft documentation
for the program is available via this link.
As currently written this program can handle at most
400 rows and 75 columns in the design matrix.
If this is insufficient for your purposes, please contact
Steve Verrill at 608-231-9375 or at
Before proceeding with the analysis you must
provide design, data, and hypothesis matrix files.
If you have already
done so, you may proceed with the form below.
What is the name of the design matrix file?
What is the name of the data file?
What is the name of the hypothesis matrix file?
How many rows are there in the design matrix?
(400 or fewer)
How many columns are there in the design matrix?
(75 or fewer)
How many rows are there in the hypothesis matrix? (What is
"q"?)(75 or fewer)
What is the alpha for the individual confidence intervals
on the c'bs?
(e.g., .05 for 95% confidence intervals)
What is the alpha for the joint (Scheffe) confidence intervals
on the c'bs?
(e.g., .10 for joint 90% confidence intervals)
What name do you want for your results file?
The name should be unique to you to prevent the file from being accidentally
overwritten by another user.
Since you will see an html document that presents the results as
soon as you execute the program, you may not want an ascii copy.
However, we do provide this option.
The ascii file will be written in the pub/data anonymous ftp directory. If
a file by the same name already exists in the directory, the new
results will be appended to the existing file. Check the
link for directions about retrieving the file.
If ftp does not run on your machine, e-mail me at
and ask me to e-mail
the results file to you. Do this quickly as the pub/data directory
is cleaned weekly.