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ANOVA Analysis of Variance

- 1-way ANOVA

ANOVA

- What is Analysis of Variance
- The F-ratio
- Used for testing hypotheses among more than two

means - As with t-test, effect is measured in numerator,

error variance in the denomenator - Partitioning the Variance
- Different computational concerns for ANOVA
- Degrees Freedom for Numerator and Denominator
- No such thing as a negative value
- Using Table B.4
- The Source Table
- Hypothesis testing

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ANOVA

- Analysis of Variance
- Hypothesis testing for more than 2 groups
- For only 2 groups t2(n) F(1,n)

BASIC IDEA

Grp 1 Grp 2 Grp 3

Is the Effect Variability Large Compared to the

Random Variability

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Effect V

Random V

- As with the t-test, the numerator expresses the

differences among the dependent measure between

experimental groups, and the denominator is the

error. - If the effect is enough larger than random error,

we reject the null hypothesis.

BASIC IDEA

- If the differences accounted for by the

manipulation are low (or zero) then F 1 - If the effects are twice as large as the error,

then F 3, which generally indicates an effect.

Sources of Variance

Why Is It Called Analysis of Variance?Arent We

Interested In Means, Not Variance?

- Most statisticians do not know the answer to this

question? - If were interested in differences among means

why do an analysis of variance? - The misconception is that it compares ?12 to ?22.

No - The comparison is between effect variance

(differences in group means) to random variance.

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

T is the treatment total, G is the Grand total

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Computing the Sums of Squares

How Variance is Partitioned

- This simply disregards group membership and

computes an overall SS - Variability Between and Within Groups is

Included

How Variance is Partitioned

- Imagine there were no individual differences at

all. - The SS for all scores would measure only the

fact that there were group differences.

Grp 1 Grp 2 Grp 3

1 5 1 1 5 1 1 5 1 1 5 1 1 5 1

How Variance is Partitioned

- SS computed within a column removes the mean.
- Thus summing the SSs for each column computes

the overall variability except for the mean

differences between groups.

Grp 1 Grp 2 Grp 3

1-12-12-10-10-1

0-11-13-11-1 0-1

4-53-56-53-54-5

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How Variance is Partitioned

Grp 1 Grp 2 Grp 3

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Computing Degrees Freedom

- df between is k-1, where k is the number of

treatment groups (for the prior example, 3, since

there were 3 temperature conditions) - df within is N-k , where N is the total number of

ns across groups. Recall that for a t-test with

two independent groups, df was 2n-2? 2n was all

the subjects N and 2 was the number of groups, k.

Computing Degrees Freedom

How Degrees Freedom Are Partitioned

- N-1 (N - k) (k - 1)
- N-1 N - k k 1

Partitioning The Sums of Squares

Computing An F-Ratio

Consult Table B-4

Take a standard normal distribution, square each

value, and it looks like this

Table B-4

Two different F-curves

ANOVA Hypothesis Testing

Basic Properties of F-Curves

Property 1 The total area under an F-curve is

equal to 1. Property 2 An F-curve starts at 0

on the horizontal axis and extends indefinitely

to the right, approaching, but never touching,

the horizontal axis as it does so. Property 3

An F-curve is right skewed.

Finding the F-value having area 0.05 to its right

Assumptions for One-Way ANOVA

- 1. Independent samples The samples taken from

the populations under consideration are

independent of one another. - 2. Normal populations For each population, the

variable under consideration is normally

distributed. - Equal standard deviations The standard

deviations of the variable under consideration

are the same for all the populations.

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

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Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

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Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

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Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

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Learning Under Three Temperature Conditions

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Calculating the F statistic

Sstotal X2-G2/N 46 SSbetween

SSbetween 30 SStotal Ssbetween

SSwithin Sswithin 16

Distribution of the F-Statistic for One-Way ANOVA

Suppose the variable under consideration is

normally distributed on each of k populations and

that the population standard deviations are

equal. Then, for independent samples from the k

populations, the variable has the

F-distribution with df (k 1, n k) if the

null hypothesis of equal population means is

true. Here n denotes the total number of

observations.

ANOVA Source Table for a one-way analysis of

variance

The one-way ANOVA test for k population means

(Slide 1 of 3)

Step 1 The null and alternative hypotheses

are Ho ?1 ?2 ?3 ?k Ha Not all the

means are equal Step 2 Decide On the significance

level, ? Step 3 The critical value of F?, with df

(k - 1, N - k), where N is the total number of

observations.

The one-way ANOVA test for k population means

(Slide 2 of 3)

The one-way ANOVA test for k population means

(Slide 3 of 3)

Step 4 Obtain the three sums of squares, STT,

STTR, and SSE Step 5 Construct a one-way ANOVA

table Step 6 If the value of the

F-statistic falls in the rejection region, reject

H0

Post Hocs

- H0 ?1 ?2 ?3 ?k
- Rejecting H0 means that not all means are equal.
- Pairwise tests are required to determine which of

the means are different. - One problem is for large k. For example with k

7, 21 means must be compared. Post-Hoc tests are

designed to reduce the likelihood of groupwise

type I error.

Criterion for deciding whether or not to reject

the null hypothesis

One-Way ANOVA

A researcher wants to test the effects of St.

Johns Wort, an over the counter, herbal

anti-depressant. The measure is a scale of

self-worth. The subjects are clinically

depressed patients. Use a 0.01

One-Way ANOVA

Compute the treatment totals, T, and the grand

total, G

One-Way ANOVA

Count n for each treatment, the total N, and k

One-Way ANOVA

Compute the treatment means

One-Way ANOVA

(0-1)21 (1-1)20 (3-1)24 (0-1)21 (1-1)20

sum

Compute the treatment SSs

One-Way ANOVA

Compute all X2s and sum them

One-Way ANOVA

Compute SSTotal SSTotal ?X2 G2/N

One-Way ANOVA

Compute SSWithin SSWithin ?SSi

One-Way ANOVA

Determine d.f.s d.f. WithinN-k d.f.

Betweenk-1 d.f. TotalN-1 Note that

(N-k)(k-1)N-1

One-Way ANOVA

Ready to move it to a source table

One-Way ANOVA

- Compute the missing values

One-Way ANOVA

- Compute the missing values

One-Way ANOVA

- Compute the missing values

One-Way ANOVA

- Compare your F of 17.5 with the critical value at

2,12 degrees of freedom, ? 0.01 6.93 - reject H0

One-Way ANOVA

Students want to know if studying has an impact

on a 10-point statistics quiz, so they divided

into 3 groups low studying (0-5hrs./wk), medium

studying (6-15 hrs./wk) and high studying (16

hours/week). At a0.01, does the amount of

studying impact quiz scores?

One-Way ANOVA

Compute the treatment totals, T, and the grand

total, G

One-Way ANOVA

Count n for each treatment, the total N, and k

One-Way ANOVA

Compute the treatment means

One-Way ANOVA

(2-2)20 (4-2)24 (3-2)21 (0-2)24 (2-2)20 (1-2)

21 sum

Compute the treatment SSs

One-Way ANOVA

Compute all X2s and sum them

One-Way ANOVA

Compute SSTotal SSTotal ?X2 G2/N

One-Way ANOVA

Compute SSWithin SSWithin ?SSi

One-Way ANOVA

Determine d.f.s d.f. WithinN-k d.f.

Betweenk-1 d.f. TotalN-1 Note that

(N-k)(k-1)N-1

One-Way ANOVA

- Fill in the values you have

One-Way ANOVA

- Compute the missing values

One-Way ANOVA

- Compare your F of 37.97 with the critical value

at 2,15 degrees of freedom, ? 0.01 6.36 - reject H0

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