Journal Article: Beta-binomial tables for replicated difference and preference tests (1999)

Abstract:
Ennis and Bi (1998) discussed the beta-binomial (BB) model for replicated diflerence and preference tests. Based on the BB model, tables of the minimum number of choice responses to achieve significance at a ?0.05 are provided for replicated 2-AFC, Duo-Trio, 3-AFC and Triangular tests. The theory underlying the tables, how to use the tables, as well as some examples to illustrate their use are given. The tables can be used to evaluate the results of replicated diflerence and preference tests using forced choice methods.

This article appears as:
Bi, J. and Ennis, D. M.(1999). Beta-binomial tables for replicated difference and preference tests. Journal of Sensory Studies, 14(3), 347-368.


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