Analysis of Variance

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Analysis of Variance

A process of determining similarities between like groups. Analysis of variance is used in marketing to determine how likely groups with similar demographic backgrounds are to respond to a particular campaign.
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The components of the ANOVA are called "sum of squares," because there is a lot of "squaring" and "summing" involved in the calculation.
Table-5: Statistical analysis by one way ANOVA of DPPH radical scavenging activity of Saccharum officinarum roots extracts.
I] estimation for the ln-ANOVA and CV-ANOVA methods; however, the standard ANOVA performed slightly worse with increased [CV.
Table 2 illustrates represents the empirical type-I error rates of the ANOVA at a=0.
Post ANOVA TUKEY HSD test has value significant difference for 0.
Para predizer o valor real CH em genotipos de soja, com confiabilidade de 80%, seriam necessarias 8, 4, 4 e 7 avaliacoes pelos metodos ANOVA, CP(correl), CP(cov) e AE(cov), respectivamente, considerando o maior valor dentro de cada metodo e entre experimentos.
The statistical assessment of the tri-modally classified fibrin fibers for the sea turtle through a Kruskal-Wallis one way ANOVA revealed that the thin and intermediate fibrin fibers were both significantly smaller than the thick fibrin fibers but not significantly different to each other.
In addition, the simplest form of the analysis, the one-way ANOVA in a randomised design, was illustrated using a clinical experiment.