44. Statistics – One Way ANOVA

Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is generally applied to process more than 2 groups (categories)’ of continuous variable comparison, and this method is used to evaluate whether the compared group averages are statistically similar or different. In this chapter, one way ANOVA will be explained with example.

For ANOVA, the critical elements are listed below to calculate the statistical significance is based on the following parameters.

And the steps are listed below to identify how ANOVA is implied.

One Way ANOVA Steps

Lastly, the one way ANOVA example is attached below:

For the multiple level ANOVA, please refer to the Gage R&R example to illustrate the methodology.

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