I did a permutation ANOVA since my assumption for homogeneity failed and for the normal output it works fine I just can't find a way to get a post hoc test. I looked online and found a long "how to "guide that did it by bootstrapping ((Bootstraping) Follow-Up Contrasts for Within-Subject ANOVAs | R-bloggers)
I know that the usual emmeans package wouldn't work so I was wondering if there is a different package to do a post hoc test or if I need to use the bootstrapping method.
Has anyone experience with this or the permuco package? Thank you!
Here is how I did the permutation ANOVA
# permutation anova fit_p_1 <- aovperm(physical_aggression ~ Gender * groups , data = numbers) fit_p_2 <- aovperm(verbal_aggression ~ Gender * groups , data = numbers) fit_p_3 <- aovperm(weapon_play ~ Gender * groups , data = numbers) fit_p_1 fit_p_2 fit_p_3