analysis of variance

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

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Analysis of variance showed that the effect main degree density within probability level 1% on root volume is significant (Table 1).
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) for simple linear regression model given by equation (1) for i=1, 2 i df SS MS F p R 1 1 272,972 272,972 0,369 0,5485 2 1 270,292 270,292 0,365 0,5505 E 1 28 20719,423 739,979 2 28 20722,103 740,075 T 1 29 20992,395 2 29 20992,395 Tab.
We propose a new methodology based on cluster analysis and analysis of variance (ANOVA) to solve this problem.
Fluorescence variables were analyzed using one-way analysis of variance with means separated with Duncan's Multiple Range Test.
Based on this and the results of a more detailed analysis of variance, Bartel and company conclude that there is a workplace effect on how employees view their jobs and employer.
The raw scores from the self-concept scales and the social studies test were analyzed by using a two-way analysis of variance (ANOVA).
The four dependent variable measures were compared statistically among pigs, between treatment and control burns, and for time in days by using single-factor analysis of variance (ANOVA) and two-way ANOVA with repeated measures.
Data obtained were subjected to an analysis of variance and Duncan's mean compression tests to determine the effect of the site index on the mechanical properties.
Analysis of variance revealed that year was a significant source of variation.
The Analysis of Variance revealed no significant difference in the performance times for the three trials.
An analysis of variance revealed that the >5 group had significantly greater dream recall than the <5 minute group, and SORPs were different than no-SORPs.
The combination of a multi-factor analysis of variance (ANOVA) with various subsidiary, ad hoc approaches suggested by the ANOVA or directly by the data, can establish an instructive hierarchy of salient physical and subjective parameters and illuminate some of their specific details.
Statistical techniques, including analysis of variance, data distribution fitting, and bootstrap analysis, will be used for the evaluation of the analytical results.
A Friedman two-way analysis of variance and a post-hoc test yielded a statistically significant difference between the lowest and highest mean ranks, [chi square] (22, N=36)=53.
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