As currently written this program can handle at most
20 factors (a 20-way ANOVA) and 40 levels per factor.
If this is insufficient for your purposes, please contact
Steve Verrill at 608-231-9375 or at
`sverrill@fs.fed.us`.

**
How many factors are there?**

(e.g., 3 for a three-way ANOVA)

**How many levels are there?**

(e.g., 3 2 2 for a 3x2x2 ANOVA.
There may be no more than 40 levels per factor.)

**How many replicates are there?**

(If you had a 3x2x2 ANOVA and a total of 3x2x2x5 specimens, you
would have 5 replicates per cell.)

**For tests of which factor do you want to estimate power values?**

(e.g., if the experiment were a 5x2x4 ANOVA and you were interested in
a test for a difference in the 4 levels of factor three, you would
type a 3.)

** What are the hypothesized means as a fraction of the overall mean?**

(For example, if there are five levels for the factor, and you
expect
that level 1 will yield a mean that is about 80% of the overall average,
that levels 2, 3, and 4 will yield means that are approximately
equal to
the overall average, and level 5 will yield a mean that is about
120%
of the overall average, then your response should be .8 1 1 1
1.2)

** How many correlation values do you want to consider?**

** What are they?**

(between -.99 and .99)

** How many coefficients of variation do you want to consider?**

** What are they? **

(e.g., .25 if the standard deviation
of the response population is approximately 25% of its mean)

** What power do you wish to achieve?**

(e.g., .90 if you want to have a 90% chance of obtaining a
statistically significant result given that the difference actually
exists. Desired power values must lie between 0 and 1.)

**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/tt 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 anonymous ftp link for directions about retrieving the file.

If ftp does not run on your machine, e-mail me at
`sverrill@fs.fed.us`
and ask me to e-mail
the results file to you. Do this quickly as the pub/tt directory
is cleaned weekly.

For further information, please contact Steve Verrill at

Last modified on 2/9/99.