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Anyone here good at statistics?

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  • Anyone here good at statistics?

    Ive just performed a one-way anova test using excel

    However, i have no idea what these results tell me! I think i have to look up one of the values in a table but ive no idea which value to look up (P value or F value) and i also dont know where a table is to use

    So if anyone knows anything it would be greatly appreciated

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    For an f-table you need to know the degrees of freedom for the numerator and denominator to look up the critical value.

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      Originally posted by minimi38
      For an f-table you need to know the degrees of freedom for the numerator and denominator to look up the critical value.
      it would appear i dont know what your talking about

      i'll attach a screenshot of my results

      so is it an F table that i need?
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      • #4
        You have the critical value for F so as the F-stat is less than the F-critical value it passes whatever hypothesis you have.

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