# Tag: anova and manova

By Priya Chetty on February 15, 2022

When it comes to research in the field of social sciences, the Analysis of Variance test, shortly known as ANOVA is an extremely important tool. It is a technique employed to make a comparison between more than two populations. The most common variants are one-way and two-way ANOVA.

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By Priya Chetty on February 14, 2022

Two way ANOVA is the test used in SPSS for understanding how the changes in two groups of elements simultaneously affect the third element.

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By Riya Jain & Priya Chetty on October 27, 2021

This article explains how to interpret the results derived from the MANOVA test and overcome the major issues witnessed while performing it.

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By Ashni walia & Priya Chetty on February 3, 2020

T-Test statistics, which is also known as student’s T-Test, was first developed by William Sealy Gosset in the year 1908.

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By Priya Chetty on February 8, 2015

The independent two-sample t-test is used to test whether population means are significantly different from each other, using the means from randomly drawn samples.

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By Priya Chetty on February 6, 2015

ANOVA or Analysis of Variance is conducted to determine the significant differences between the means of three or more independent variables.

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By Priya Chetty on February 2, 2015

A paired sample t-test is used to determine whether there is a significant difference between the average values of the same measurement made under two different conditions.

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By Priya Chetty on February 2, 2015

When using this statistical test, you are testing the null hypothesis that 2 population means (average) are equal. The alternative hypothesis is that they are not equal.

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