Explain multiple comparison tests, Advanced Statistics

Multiple comparison tests: Procedures for detailed examination of the differences between a set of means, generally after a general hypothesis that they are all equal has been rejected. No single technique or method is best in all situations and the major distinction between techniques or the methods is how they control the possible inflation of the type I error. 

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