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Data Analysis / Module 2: Analysis of Variance


Students need to learn:
Introduction
Assumptions for Analysis of Variance
Testing for Equality of k Proportion Means
Between Treatments Estimate of Population Variance
Within Treatments Estimate of Population Variance
Comparing the Variance of Estimates
The F Test
Multiple Comparison Procedures

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