To make meaningful inferences based on our regression models, we must ensure that we have met the necessary assumptions of these tests. In this commentary, we review these assumptions and those for the t-test and analysis of variance, and introduce a variety of methods, formal and informal, numeric and visual, for assessing conformity with the assumptions.
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