This page contains links to information on Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). ANOVA is appropriate when you have independent variables or subject variables that put participants into groups and a dependent variable that is continuous.
|Wadsworth/Cengage Learning: A higher education partner website, includes workshops for statistics and research methods.
||Howell'ing at Statistics: A website with chapter notes corresponding to Statistical Methods for Psychology by David C. Howell. (This books has been used in our Adv. Stats course).
|HyperStat: An online stats textbook by David Lane. David Lane is an associate professor of psychology and statistics at Rice University.
VassarStats: A website by Vassar College professors which includes explanations of statistical procedures, as well as calculators and tools. Also links to a textbook companion site.
|Psychological Statistics: Descriptive and inferential statistics information by M. Plonsky at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.
||Stat Pages: A website containing 600+ links to other sites that provide free information, calculators, statistical software, etc.
|WINKS: A software website (Texasoft) that offers free statistics tutorials.
||WebStat: A website by the University of New England which includes statistics tutorials (requires Shockwave or Flash).|
|Statistics to Use: A website that provides links to statistical calculators.
||Rice Virtual Statistics Lab: A website that contains links to on-line books, tutorials and demonstrations.|
Youtube Video: How to run a ONEWAY ANOVA (1)
|Youtube Video: Post-hoc tests|
|Youtube Video: How to run a ONEWAY ANOVA (2)||Youtube Video: How to run a Two-way ANOVA (1); How to run a Two-way ANOVA (2)|