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Detecting significant effects based on a half-normal probability plot

Detecting significant effects based on a half-normal probability plot
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대학원 통계학과
이화여자대학교 대학원
In analyzing data from unreplicated factorial designs, the half-normal probability plot is a commonly used method to screen the few vital effects. Recently, numerous methods have been proposed to overcome the subjective interpretation on this plot. We review three methods: Lenth’s method (1989), the Step-down Lenth’s method proposed by Ye et al. (2001) and the LGB method proposed by Lawson et al. (1998). We compare their performance to identify active effects using a simulation study. It turns out that the performance depends on the number of active effects. For a small number of active effects, the LGB is more effective in identifying the active effects than the others. On the other hand, the LGB method is not doing well when the number of active effects is large. The LGB method is to fit a simple least-squares line without intercept to the inliers, which are determined by Lenth’s method. The effects exceeding the prediction interval based on the fitted line are judged to be significant. In the case when the number of active effects is large, there might be a problem with classifying the inliers and outliers. Thus, improving the accuracy of classifying the effects into inliers and outliers, we propose a modified method in which more outliers could be classified by adaptation of two methods : Carling’s (2000) method for adjusted boxplot, and Lenth’s method. If there exists no outlier or a wide range of the inliers determined by Lenth’s method, we could find more outliers by Carling’s method. Also, we propose an integrated method which utilizes all those three methods mentioned. A conservative approach could declare the intersection of those active effects by each method to be significant. An aggressive approach could declare the union of those active effects by each method to be significant. We can categorize the significant effects as four-color stages: Green, Blue, Orange and Gray. All the use of these approaches depends on whether the experiment-wise error rate to be controlled or not. We conduct a simulation study based on 10,000 sets of experimental data in unreplicated 2^4 design with the number of active effects being 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6. We have considered both cases (1) all having the same magnitude from 0.5 to 4 in 0.5 increments, and (2) all having a different magnitude. For a comparative purpose, we use three efficiency measures of power ; (1) Power denoting the expected fraction of active effects that are declared active, (2) Power I denoting the proportion of detecting all active effects allowing misidentifying inactive effects as active, and (3) Power II denoting the proportion of exactly detecting all active effects only. We compare the efficiency of those three methods and our proposed methods by simulation study. We show that the proposed methods seem to perform better than the existing methods in some sense. ;반복없는 요인설계를 분석할 때, 유의한 효과들을 선별하기 위해 주로 반정규 확률 그림을 이용한다. 반정규 확률 그림에서 원점을 지나는 직선으로부터 멀리 떨어진 효과를 유의하다고 판단하는데, 그림으로만 보고 판단하기에는 주관적일 수 있어 최근에 통계량을 이용한 객관적인 판단을 할 수 있는 연구들이 많이 진행되고 있다. 본 연구에서도 객관적인 통계량을 이용하여 유의한 효과를 선별할 수 있는 2가지 방법론을 제시하고자 한다. 첫 번째 제안하는 방법론은 Lawson (1998)이 제안한 LGB 방법론의 수정안이다. 유의한 효과의 개수가 많을 경우 LGB 방법론의 한계가 있어 그 문제점을 파악하고 수정된 LGB 방법론을 제안한다. 두 번째는 Lenth(1989), Ye 및 Lawson이 제안하는 방법론들의 결과를 통합하는 방안이다. 한가지 방법론으로만 유의한 효과를 찾기에는 한계가 있어 여러 방법들의 정보를 모두 이용하여 가장 최적의 결론을 얻고자 한다. 본 연구에서는 제안하는 2가지 방법론들이 다른 기존의 방법론보다 우월함을 보이기 위해 시뮬레이션을 통해 Power 값들을 비교하였다.
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