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Stats question.

Post by moony » Sat Apr 21, 2007 2:56 pm

I'm just finishing off an essay where I have to create a novel experiment, and I have to put in my proposed statistical analysis. If I have two factors, and it's a within participants design, would I be right in saying I need to use an ANOVA (within partipants)? And I think it's a two way ANOVA I need to use, but I'm not sure. What's the difference between a one and two way ANOVA?

Sorry for all the questions, stats have never really been my strong point! :?

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Re: Stats question.

Post by pinkfluff » Sat Apr 21, 2007 3:12 pm

moony wrote:What's the difference between a one and two way ANOVA?
Its to do with how many factors you have. one way ANOVA for one factor and two way for two factors.

I think :wink:

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Post by moony » Sun Apr 22, 2007 10:43 am

Thanks! I've got two factors so I'm pretty sure it's got to be a two-way ANOVA.

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