Date: Thu, 27 Feb 2003 07:25:30 -0500
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From: "William B. Ware" <email@example.com>
Subject: Re: condition about 2 way anova
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It would appear that you have what is described as a "nonorthogonal"
design. The unequal and disproportionate cell sizes introduce
"correlations" among the independent variables. Most would recommend the
use of Type III sums of squares, which is now the default in SPSS.
Essentially, each SS is estimated after partialling out all other effects
in the design... Use GLM...
William B. Ware, Professor Educational Psychology,
CB# 3500 Measurement, and Evaluation
University of North Carolina PHONE (919)-962-7848
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On Thu, 27 Feb 2003, Safa Gurcan wrote:
> Is there any restriction on, when analyzing the two way anova? for example
> Must be All the sample size equal in each factor level? for instance, in
> order to reseach for Oxygen consumption in sport athletes 2 factor is
> analyzed. one is distance (short, medium and long) the other is age (15, 20
> and 25+ ) but the sample size are different at the most of factor level?
> Can 2 way anova is applied in this condition.
> short Medium Long
> 15 n=15 n=18 n=32
> 20 n=20 n=24 n=25
> 25+ n=20 n=20 n=33