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No answer provided yet.I don't see why not. One thing to be concerned about in testing multiple hypothesis with the same data is that as you run more tests, the chances you will find things by chance alone increase. It won't be of much concern if you take a few additional tests, but always be aware of capitalizing on chance occurrences. A p-value of .05 indicates that you would expect to see significant results by chance alone 5 times if you test 100 hypotheses.

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