Analysis of variance: Why it is more important than ever?

@article{Gelman2005AnalysisOV,
  title={Analysis of variance: Why it is more important than ever?},
  author={Andrew Gelman},
  journal={Quality Engineering},
  year={2005},
  volume={51},
  pages={295-300}
}
  • A. Gelman
  • Published 2005
  • Economics, Mathematics
  • Quality Engineering
Analysis of variance (ANOVA) is an extremely important method in exploratory and confirmatory data analysis. Unfortunately, in complex problems (e.g., split-plot designs), it is not always easy to set up an appropriate ANOVA. We propose a hierarchical analysis that automatically gives the correct ANOVA comparisons even in complex scenarios. The inferences for all means and variances are performed under a model with a separate batch of effects for each row of the ANOVA table. We connect to… Expand
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