Overview for One-Way ANOVA

Use One-Way ANOVA (analysis of variance) to do the following when you have one categorical factor and a continuous response:
  • Determine whether the means of two or more groups differ.
  • Obtain a range of values for the difference between the means for each pair of groups.

For example, a carpet manufacturer wants to determine whether there are differences in durability among several types of carpet.

Where to find this analysis

  • Mac: Statistics > ANOVA > One-Way ANOVA
  • PC: STATISTICS > ANOVA > One-Way ANOVA

When to use an alternate analysis

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