Statistics: On Factorial AnoVa

This week Kyle T. expands on the basic AnoVa that he’s presented over the past two weeks and shows how it may be used to test groups that differ one more than one categorical variable. This expansion is called the Factorial AnoVa and can be used in between-subjects, within-subjects, and mixed research designs.

Next week: Non-Parametric Statistics!

Statistically yours,
The Veritas Team

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