Testing for Differences Between Methods of Preparing Fish by Use of a Discriminant Function

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Baten, W. D.; Tack, P. I.; Baeder, Helen A.   (1958, ASQC)   Michigan State University; Pillsbury Mills

Industrial Quality Control    Vol. 14    No. 7
QICID: 4290    January 1958    pp. 6-10
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Article Abstract

The authors use a homely example of commercial fish preparation to show how the technique of a discriminant function is applied. The discriminant function approach is particularly useful for comparing the effectiveness of two or more processing methods where the results must be the composite of several independent factors.

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