Conducting a One-Way ANOVA in SPSS –The directions below describe 2 different ways to conduct a one-way ANOVA in SPSS. A ) This is how the procedure is described in your Simple Guide to SPSS For Windows book: 1. Click Analyze on the menu bar, go to Compare Means , then choose One-Way ANOVA . 2. In the One-Way ANOVA dialog box, select the dependent variable(s) on the left that you wish to analyze and click the top ► to place them in the “Dependent List” box. 3. Now select your independent variable on the left and click the bottom ► to place it in the “Factor” box. 4. Click Options… . Under statistics, check Descriptive and Homogeneity of variance test. If you want SPSS to give you a simple line graph check Means plot . Click Continue . 5. Click Post Hoc… . Under Equal variances assumed, check the box next to Tukey . Click Continue . 6. Click OK . B ) This is how the procedure is described in Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh : 1. Click Analyze , General Linear Model
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