Statistical Analysis

Statistical Analysis - One way One-way Analysis of Variance...

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ne- ay Analysis of Variance NOVA nalysis of Variance is used One way Analysis of Variance ANOVA Æ Analysis of Variance is used with quantitative and qualitative data to nd whether each input has significant find whether each input has significant effect on the system’s response.
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stimates of variance are often called “mean Estimates of variance are often called mean squares” 2 N ) ( 1 2 = = x x s i i 1 N
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• Consider the simplest case of analyzing a randomized experiment in which only one factor is being investigated with two or more replicates being used for each level of treatment. There will be three or more levels of treatment. The null hypothesis will be that all treatments produce equal results (i.e. all population means for the various treatments are equal). The alternative hypothesis will be that at least two treatment means are not equal.
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ifferent levels of treament m different levels of treament r different observations for each level of treatment y ik
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This note was uploaded on 02/13/2012 for the course MATH 2320 taught by Professor Glyn during the Fall '11 term at Minnesota.

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