Saturday, June 25, 2016

When conducting an ANOVA, it's important to realize that the test in and of itself will not tell which of the means in the null hypothesis are different from each other. The only thing we will know is whether or not all the means are equal or if one or more of the means are different. If you want to know which mean or means are different from the others you must perform one of the post hoc tests. You can find more information about these with a Google search on the topic.

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