11.3 One-Way ANOVA: An Example

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The example and data used here is based on information and summary statistics from:

Grattan-Miscio, K. and Vogel-Sprott, M. (2005). Alcohol, intentional control, and inappropriate behavior: Regulation by caffeine or an incentive. Experimental and Clinical Psychopharmacology, 13:48-55.

3 Responses to “11.3 One-Way ANOVA: An Example”

  1. Tiago Dias says:

    Hello Mr. Balka,

    Thank you so much for your videos. Today I feel so much confident and, indeed, happy with my statistics knowledge.

    I was just wondering why did you choose the LSD test among the panoply of tests we have for pairwise differences… was there any special reason?

  2. Tiago Dias says:

    Hello Mr. Balka,

    Thank you so much for your videos. Today I feel so much confident and, indeed, happy with my statistics knowledge.

    I was just wondering why you chose the LSD test among the panoply of tests we have for pairwise differences… was there any special reason?

    • JB says:

      Hi Tiago,

      I chose the LSD for a practical reason to do with my introductory statistics course. In that course we cover a lot of material, and I don’t have time to get into the details of various multiple comparison procedures. I do feel it necessary to discuss at least one of the procedures, so I went with what I feel is the simplest one. I am in the process of revamping that section though, and a discussion of various multiple comparison procedures is high on the priority list.

      Cheers,

      Jeremy

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