Enter your data for One-Way ANOVA

Stat > ANOVA > One-Way

Select the option that best describes your data.

Response data are in one column for all factor levels

Complete the following steps if your continuous data are in one column and categorical group identifiers are in a second column.

  1. From the drop-down list, select Response data are in one column for all factor levels.
  2. In Response, enter the column that contains the continuous data.
    Tip

    Click in Response to see the columns that are available for your analysis.

  3. In Factor, enter the column that contains the group classifications.
In this worksheet, Durability is the response and contains the durability scores for four types of carpet. Carpet is the factor and contains the type of carpet that each durability score corresponds to.
C1 C2
Durability Carpet
81 A
77 B
75 C
74 D

Response data are in a separate column for each factor level

Complete the following steps if the continuous data for each group are in different columns.

  1. From the drop-down list, select Response data are in a separate column for each factor level.
  2. In Responses, enter at least two columns of numeric data that you want to analyze.
    Tip

    Click in Responses to see the columns that are available for your analysis.

In this worksheet, Carpet A, Carpet B, Carpet C, and Carpet D are the response data and contain the durability scores for 4 types of carpet.
C1 C2 C3 C4
Carpet A Carpet B Carpet C Carpet D
81 77 65 71
75 74 67 69
77 70 74 67
78 71 66 68
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