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Multi-factor ANOVA and interactions

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What is an interaction? What is an interaction? Examples Alternative Details Handout
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The two-way ANOVA model with interactions The two-way ANOVA model with interactions Examples Alternative Details Handout
Fitting a model with interactions Fitting a model with interactions Examples Alternative Details Handout
The ANOVA table with interactions The ANOVA table with interactions Examples Alternative Details Handout
Hypothesis Hypothesis Examples Alternative Details Handout
The F-test The F-test Examples Alternative Details Handout
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Assumptions Assumptions Examples Alternative Details Handout
Multiple comparisons when interactions are significant Multiple comparisons when interactions are significant Examples Alternative Details Handout
Tukey and Bonferroni Tukey and Bonferroni Examples Alternative Details Handout
Example - Breaks in yarn Example - Breaks in yarn Examples Alternative Details Handout
Multi-factor ANOVA Multi-factor ANOVA Examples Alternative Details Handout
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Model for three-way ANOVA Model for three-way ANOVA Examples Alternative Details Handout
Estimating parameters Estimating parameters Examples Alternative Details Handout
Checking the assumptions Checking the assumptions Examples Alternative Details Handout
Questions of interest Questions of interest Examples Alternative Details Handout
ANOVA table for three-way ANOVA ANOVA table for three-way ANOVA Examples Alternative Details Handout
Test the hypothesis Test the hypothesis Examples Alternative Details Handout
Interpretation of 3-way interactions Interpretation of 3-way interactions Examples Alternative Details Handout
Factors effect when 3-way interaction is significant Factors effect when 3-way interaction is significant Examples Alternative Details Handout
Factors effect when 2-way interactions are significant Factors effect when 2-way interactions are significant Examples Alternative Details Handout
Factor effects without interactions. Factor effects without interactions. Examples Alternative Details Handout
Example - School days Example - School days Examples Alternative Details Handout
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