SPSS Tutorials


SPSS ANOVA Tutorials – Overview


ANOVA (short for “Analysis of Variance”) is a family of statistical tests for testing if 3 or more means are (all) equal.
The most common scenario tests if 3(+) groups of cases have similar mean scores on a single variable. This test is known as a one-way ANOVA.
Another basic scenario is testing whether 1 group of cases have similar means on 3(+) variables. This is known as a repeated measures ANOVA.
Last, we can compare means for multiple factors (defining either groups of cases or variables) simultaneously. We now speak of a factorial ANOVA. The simplest factorial ANOVA is a two way ANOVA which examines how two factors affect one outcome variable.

SPSS One-Way ANOVA Tutorials

ANOVA – What Is It? Read

SPSS One-Way ANOVA Tutorial Read

SPSS One-Way ANOVA with Post Hoc Tests Tutorial Read

SPSS Two-Way ANOVA Tutorials

SPSS Two Way ANOVA – Basics Tutorial Read

Two-Way ANOVA with Interaction Tutorial Read

Repeated Measures ANOVA Tutorials

Repeated Measures ANOVA – Simple Introduction Read

SPSS Repeated Measures ANOVA Tutorial Read

SPSS Repeated Measures ANOVA – Example 2 Read


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