One-Way ANOVA

@inproceedings{Heiberger2009OneWayA,
  title={One-Way ANOVA},
  author={R. Heiberger and E. Neuwirth},
  year={2009}
}
  • R. Heiberger, E. Neuwirth
  • Published 2009
  • Mathematics
  • One-way ANOVA (analysis of variance) is a technique that generalizes the two-sample t-test to three or more samples. We test the hypotheses (specified here for k=6 samples) about population means μ j : H 0:μ 1=μ 2=μ 3=μ 4=μ 5=μ 6 H 1: Not all μ j are equal (j=1:6) The test is based on the observed sample means \(\bar x_j\). 
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