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skdubey Posted - 03/11/2021 : 11:25:13 AM
I am using one way anova where I have two columns one column for exp no and another for its corresponding treatment value. Which analysis I should choose I am using ANOVA -one way but results shown that I don't have enough data points to draw any conclusion. I also did not see any P-value?

Sanjay Dubey
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Echo_Chu Posted - 07/05/2022 : 02:20:13 AM
Please look at example 4 on the page

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Originally posted by dafekare

Does Labtalk have commands on one-way ANOVA? I have not seen any code around.


dafekare Posted - 07/01/2022 : 2:54:08 PM
Does Labtalk have commands on one-way ANOVA? I have not seen any code around.

YimingChen Posted - 03/11/2021 : 1:59:30 PM
You may not have enough treatments for each experiment. Hit F11 to launch learning center where you can find an example of ANOVA analysis. Check how the data is organized.


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