Between Subjects ANOVA testing

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Look at the effects drinks have on peoples sociability

1= low sociability

20= high sociability

Water | Soda | Non-Alcoholic Beer | Beer

9  12  16  17

6  13  19  18

7  14  18  16

9  13  19  19

10  15  20  19

12  15  20  19

13  9  17  17

6  12  16  16

8  13  20  17

7  15  18  18

a) Conduct an appropriate Between Subjects ANOVA on these data. If you get a signiﬁcant F-statistic, conduct a Tukey’s HSD post-hoc test, as well as produce a bar graph of the means.

May 18th, 2015
one way anova.xlsx

a)

 SS dF MS F P Between 50 9 5.55 .252 .983 Within 662.7 30 22.09 Total 712.7 39
P > 0.05, so no need for post-hoc.

Bar graph included in Excel file above :)

May 18th, 2015

Thanks for the swift response but I am confused by your bar graph! Shouldn't there be only 4 means on the bar graph and not 10 like you have due to their only being 4 categories? ( Water, Soda N/a Beer, and beer) respectively?

May 18th, 2015

Oh! Yes, that is another way to do it. The question didn't specify if it wanted the bar graph to be done by means based on the 10 data sets or the total categories for each data set.

Because ANOVA is calculated by the data sets themselves, I defaulted to the bar graph I gave you. It's equally valid to only use the 4 means. My apologies for not responding to you fast enough! I just got into work.

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