GLM and MANOVA
Syntax  Keyword Repeated
REPEATED [=] 
{ NONE
} 

{ Name Value Name
Value ... Name Value}; 
Example.
REPEATED = TIME 3 DIALS 3;
Optional keyword; specify the names and number of levels for the repeated
measures factors; specify the withinsubject (repeated measures) design
via the WDESIGN
keyword; if no WDESIGN
is specified, the analysis will be performed on the withinmodel intercept,
i.e., effectively on the overall mean for the variables specified in the
DEPENDENT
variable list.
Assignment
of dependent variables to levels of the repeated measures factors. Consecutive variables in the dependent
variable list (specified via the DEPENDENT keyword) are
assigned to the levels of the repeated measures factors. Let
p be the product of the levels of all repeated measures factors
defined with the REPEATED
keyword. In the Example shown above, p would be equal to 3*3 = 9. Divide
the number of dependent variables m by p to determine the number of dependent
measures; if the modulo of (n, p) is not equal to 0 (i.e., m/p is not
an integer value greater or equal to 1), an error message will be issued.
To assign the consecutive dependent variables to the levels of the repeated
measures factors, STATISTICA
will cycle through a nested loop, where the number of dependent measures
has the fastest moving subscript, the last specified repeated measures
factor the nexttofastest moving subscript, the nexttolast specified
repeated measures factor has the next slower moving subscript, and so
on.
For example, suppose the DEPENDENT
variable list consisted of variables
DV1, DV2, DV3, DV4, DV5, DV6, DV7, DV8, and the REPEATED measures of R1
with 2 levels, and R2 with 2 levels. The assignment of dependent variables
to the levels of the repeated measures factors will then proceed as follows:
DV 
Level
for 
Level
for 
Dependent 

R1 
R2 
Measure 
DV1 
1 
1 
1 
DV2 
1 
1 
2 
DV3 
1 
2 
1 
DV4 
1 
2 
2 
DV5 
2 
1 
1 
DV6 
2 
1 
2 
DV7 
2 
2 
1 
DV8 
2 
2 
2 
Applies to. GLM
and ANOVA/MANOVA