Arcsine square root or logarithmic transformation was performed prior to analysis when necessary.
What does SIN-1 stand for?
SIN-1 stands for Arcsine (usually written sin ^-1; scientific calculator button)
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Percentage data (insect mortality) were arcsine transformed and numerical data (nematode yield) were square-root transformed prior to analysis (Southwood 1978; Steel & Torrie 1980; SAS 2002); non-transformed means are presented in figures.
The proportion of morphologically normal oocytes, in vitro matured and fertilized over the various groups was compared by Duncan's New Multiple Range Test (DNMR test) on arcsine transformed data.
The per cent protection data were transformed using arcsine and subjected to statistical analysis to find out the differences between means at 0.
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) was performed on the percentage mortality data (transformed to arcsine scale to normalize the variance).
Statistical comparisons were performed by analysis of variance on arcsine transformed data followed by Dunnett's test.
All percentage data were arcsine transformed before statistical analysis.
Statistical Analysis Because there were no failures of 100% protection in the treatment group, we did not apply a statistical analysis, although had the protection been less than 100%, we would have performed an arcsine transformation before statistical analysis.