analysis of variance

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Synonyms for analysis of variance

a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more means

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A 4 (Positive expectancy: social, fun, sex, tension reduction) x 3 (Participant group: college student, university student or business person) Factorial ANOVA of mixed design was conducted (sphericity not assumed, Greenhouse-Geisser correction implemented).
The results of running a series of 2 x2 factorial ANOVA tests revealed a statistically significant main effect for gender on "barriers associated with information resources" dimension of the information seeking anxiety.
without Nec-1; factorial ANOVA with genotype and treatment as category factors; Dunnett post hoc).
Results of a 3 x 2 mixed factorial ANOVA revealed a significant main effect for training intensity F(2 592) = 936.
A follow-up two-way factorial ANOVA was then performed on each dependent variable individually.
In a 2-factor (sleeves and Tanglefoot) factorial ANOVA, differences in the survival of experimental cohorts to the pupal stage with sleeves (presence vs.
Moreover, a factorial ANOVA confirms this graphical interpretation by showing significant main effects for performance of Person A (F(4,208)=145.
Topics discussed include data coding and exploratory analysis, reliability measurements, exploratory factor analysis, interpreting inferential statistics, multiple regression, discriminate analysis, factorial ANOVA, and multivariate analysis of variance.
Table 2 - Factorial ANOVA for main and interaction effects between dependent, and independent variables Source df F Sig.
Descriptive statistics were used for data screening and mixed factorial ANOVA was used to examine within and between group differences.
A 4 x 2 factorial ANOVA on the four levels of classification (freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior) and the two levels of environment (public, nonreligious college and private, religious college) was performed.
A factorial ANOVA with two repeated measures on time (pre and post) and with two groups (experimental and control) tested for the significance of the pre-test and post-test differences between the two groups on all four dependent measures (Caregiver Well-Being Scale, the (CES-D), the (PSS), and the (LTS) measure).
The results of the Factorial ANOVA can be found in Table 1.