ANOVA vs. MANOVA

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Flashcards on ANOVA vs. MANOVA, created by cjjstone on 05/13/2014.

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ANOVA The IV must be categorical and the DV must be continuous. ANOVA has only one DV
Two-way ANOVA Two IVs and one DV. Allows you to obtain an interaction term; 1st IV (main effect), 2nd IV (main effect), IVxIV (interaction term)
MANOVA One IV and multiple DVs. It is more efficent that doing many ANOVAs but only when the DVs are all correlated. A significant effect many not be found with individual ANOVAs but multivariate MANOVA may find a significant effect
Two-way MANOVA Two IVs and multiple DV's
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