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ANOVA Results for Experiments

Analysis of variance (ANOVA) allows researchers 1) compare the equivalence of two or more groups, or 2) study degree of change that take place in the same group from one period of time to the next. As with all statistical procedures, researchers need to be clear on interpreting the ANOVA results.

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