as opposed to using one-way anova?

please correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't the major problem with performing multiple 2-sample t-test for say 3 sets of data that the type I error is much larger than anticipated...?

thanks.

- Nov 27th 2007, 09:33 PMbeetzstats-problem with doing mulitple t-tests for mulitple comparisons of data...
as opposed to using one-way anova?

please correct me if i'm wrong, but isn't the major problem with performing multiple 2-sample t-test for say 3 sets of data that the type I error is much larger than anticipated...?

thanks. - Nov 28th 2007, 12:07 AMCaptainBlack