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ANOVA

ANOVA

abbreviation for analysis of variance.

ANOVA

Analysis of variance, see there.

ANOVA

(ā-nōvă)
Acronym for analysis of variance.

ANOVA

analysis of variance

anova

see analysis of variance.
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Different combinations of training parameters were tested in a factorial arrangement and the ANOVA procedure was utilized to arrive at appropriate settings.
ANOVA was further conducted separately to evaluate potential significant impacts of specific treatments on total solids accumulation at specific maintenance levels.
Now we can examine whether the difference between the spread various categories of banks is significant or not using ANOVA.
A three-way ANOVA was conducted with position (Fz, Pz, and Cz), interval (300-400 ms, and 400-600 ms), and trial-type (consistent and inconsistent) as repeated measures factors.
In the one-way, 'fixed' effects ANOVA, (1) each observation was classified in only one way, i.
I also demonstrated the advantages of AOM over ANOVA and chi-squared.
It is clear from the ANOVA that no single variable drives toothpaste brand selection and this is the case for all product categories.
14 [approximately equal to] large ANCOVA, repeated measures ANOVA Multivariate Multivariate .
A question you should probably discuss: What are the defining characteristics of when to use ANOVA and when to use regression?
Nevertheless, ANOVA across the three biomarkers of neural cell development indicated highly significant differences among the three groups (p < 0.
A randomized complete block (RCB) ANOVA (SAS PROC ANOVA), with specimen as the blocking factor, was used to evaluate the effects of measurer and measurement venue (at sea versus ashore) on the mean measurement bias and precision (CVs) of pleopod measurements.
Otherwise rising similarity to the next cluster result level, and make ANOVA again.