Hartley's F max

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In statistics, a test for homogeneity of variance in several samples based on the ratio of the largest variance to the smallest variance. Also called F max, Hartley's largest F. [Named after the US-based German statistician Herman Otto Hartley (1912–80) who published the test in 1950]

Subjects: Psychology.

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