Analysis of variance
Betweengroups independent variable
Repeatedmeasures independent variable
In analysis of variance, what ratio is used to test whether an independent variable is statistically significant?
When is the independent variable statistically significant?
How is the betweengroups mean square calculated?
What is the equivalent of betweengroups mean square in regression analysis?
How is Fcalc calculated?
A statistically signifcant F ratio indicates...
True/False: A statistically significant F ratio indicates that all levels differ by more than just chance.
A common method of performing pairwise
comparisons.
Referring to the MSD, when is a pair of means statistically different?
In which case(s) do you not need to calculate MSD?
 Repeated measures with 2 categories.
 Independent groups with 3 categories.
 Independent groups with a continuous independent variable.
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