Quantitative Assignment 1.docx

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MATH5003 – Assignment #1 Winter 2018 Run a 2x3 ANOVA (either completely randomized or repeated measures) in R or Python, JASP, AND SAS University using the two IVs (your independent variables) and one of the DV variables (your dependent variable) from asn1data.csv . Give the variables names and write a Results section to show the major findings, including an interpretive sentence for each major finding. Include a bar or line graph in your report. You will be given 10 marks for running the 2x3 ANOVA in EACH of R or Python, JASP, and SAS University. Marking Scheme for Write-Up (/24 marks): ANOVA: Name of analysis explicitly stated (e.g. “2 x 3 ANOVA”). (1) All descriptives stated and correct (M, SD, univariate skew, univariate kurtosis). (6) Reported all F’s, t’s (i.e. for simple main effects), and p’s correctly. (9) Reported effect sizes and power estimates for all effects tested. (2) Reported tests of assumptions (e.g. homogeneity of variances, circularity, etc.). (2) Interpretive sentences for each finding is correct. (4) Format/Submission (/6 marks): Provided graph for ANOVA. (4) Provided output for both analyses from statistical software (including code) with submission. (1) APA format is followed. (1) This assignment will not be marked if the ANOVA is not conducted in at least two pieces of software.

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Assignment # 1 Please Note: For all the 3 softwares used underneath, same dataset has been used. It includes IV1, IV2, DV1. They have been named for inferential purposes: IV1 – SEASON ( 1- Summer, 2 – Winter, 3 – Monsoon ) IV2 – BEVERAGE ( 1 – Tea, 2 – Coffee ) DV1 – SALE Note: Row 24 of the data had missing information. The row was not deleted. But the missing value was substituted by the mean value. The mean value is 36 ( Mean was considered in the
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