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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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Statistical analysis of DPPH radical scavenging activity of Saccharum officinarum roots extracts was performed by using one way ANOVA which showed significant results (P<0.
If using the standard ANOVA, one would still need to standardize data for the homogeneity and/or outlier check, so the first part of the calculations needed for the CV-ANOVA should be performed anyway to compare the normalized individual CVs.
Modern one-way ANOVA F methods:trimmed means one step-m estimators and bootstrap methods.
5% Girls: ANOVA test relieved for time in seconds at 50m speed running ([t.
O numero de avaliacoes necessarias, para confiabilidade de 80%, para o CI variou de 1 pelos metodos da ANOVA, CP(correl), CP(cov) e AE(cov) a 6 pela ANOVA e AE(cov), nos experimentos 3 e 2, respectivamente.
Os dados assim obtidos, foram avaliados estatisticamente utilizando-se os seguintes procedimentos estatisticos: analise de variancia (ANOVA) de um e dois fatores, ANOVA por transformacao em postos, de Kruskal-Wallis e de Friedman.
The present article extends ANOVA to a variety of different experimental designs, likely to cover many common situations in optometry and vision science.
The authors illustrate how ANOVA is employed to determine the effects of multiple variables on a single subject using such methods as post hoc and planned/weighted comparisons and ANCOVA, with plenty of examples provided to help students master statistical analyses through both SPSS and SAS interfaces.
The t-tests are good only for comparing two means, the analysis of variance (ANOVA) can compare several means, but should a difference among them exist, the ANOVA does not identify it.