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ANOVA

(ˈænəʊvə)
n acronym for
(Statistics) analysis of variance
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Noun1.ANOVA - a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more meansANOVA - a statistical method for making simultaneous comparisons between two or more means; a statistical method that yields values that can be tested to determine whether a significant relation exists between variables
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
multivariate analysis - a generic term for any statistical technique used to analyze data from more than one variable
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Statistical analysis was done using One-Way ANOVA followed by Dunnett's Multiple Comparison test.
2, through ANOVA and Principal Component Correlation (PCCor) methods, respectively.
Both an ANOVA (which is short for ANalysis Of VAriance) and a t-test are statistical tests that compare the mean scores for certain groups.
Statistical analysis by using one way ANOVA was performed of total flavonoid contents of Saccharum officinarum roots extracts which showed significant results (P<0.
Using ANOVA for estimating the variance components is merely decomposing the sum of squares.
Key words: One-way ANOVA Outlier Non-normality Homogeneity of variance Type-I error.
Among his topics are comparing the simplest model and a regression model, the traditional one-way ANOVA (analysis of variable) approach, multiple regression: when predictors interact, two-by-three ANOVA: complex categorical models, and analysis of covariance: continuous and categorical predictors.
At boys the analyses of One Way ANOVA Independent groups (tab.
001) and less strongly associated with patient self-reports (SF-36; ANOVA r2 = 0.
The ANOVAs for the PM 1 plate showed that there were no interactions between effects of isolates vs effects of carbon sources, again for both, biofilm production (P-value=0.