- statistics Analysis of variance
- n. a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more means; a statistical method that yields values that can be tested to determine whether a significant relation exists between variables
“A special technique has been designed, using a statistical test called ANOVA Analysis of Variance, to evaluate the configural capabilities of experts.”
“It also offers advanced analysis functions such as ANOVA, GLM ANOVA, and Latin squares frequency table analysis, nonparametric statistics, regression analysis, time series, and survival analysis.”
“One-way ANOVA and Student's t-test (two-tailed) were performed to examine the relationship between coping strategies, quality-of-life, and disease severity.”
“I asked about what is covered in each of the courses in the sequence: Is the first course mostly concerned with ANOVA and basic stats models using pen and paper versus SPSS or SASS?”
“Instead, they report the results of an important but highly unintuitive statistical technique called the analysis of variance (ANOVA).”
“To my surprise, ANOVA revealed that there was a statistically significant difference p=0.003 between the mean shell heights of the 4 Cheboygan samples.”
“But to make sure, I compared the mean shell heights using one-way analysis of variance ANOVA.”
“Even when the individual measurements are not available, ANOVA can still be applied to the summary data.”
“I have read all of your papers, the one I cited above, as well as ["ANOVA: The Rape of a Social Science"], ["P-values Are Meaningless"] and ["You Can Do Better Than ANOVA"], and based on what you say in them, I think I can process my data differently so that the interaction via ANOVA is significant: I can use the inverse of the measurements to reduce the variance.”
“I have run a series of experiments in which I collected measurements that I wish to analyze using ANOVA.”
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