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## Week 2 Participation Post 8 (variant)

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# Week 2 Participation Post 8 (variant)

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Describe the requirements that must be met before an  ANOVA test can be used.            One requirement is more than one mean (µ) to be tested  for variance. According to the Chapter 11 reading the  assumptions for ANOVA (analysis of variance) are:  Observations on Y are independent.  Populations being sampled are normal.  Populations being sampled have equal variances. Source: Doane & Seward (2007), p. 442 Additionally, the PP provided the same information express in  slightly different confusing language.   The sampled populations follow the normal distribution  The samples are independent  The populations have equal standard deviations Discuss what the researcher should do if one of these  requirements is not met.           There is a multitude of other test that might be more  appropriate if one of the requirements is not met. These tests  include:  Randomized Block Model test  Nonparametric Kruskal­Wallis test (For One­factor  ANOVA)  Levene’s test   Tukey multiple comparison test Tukey’s multiple comparison test - Isn't this the post hoc test after ANOVA done to see which means are different? Is it possible to replace the ANOVA with the Tukey's test?

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