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Compare multiple means using ANOVA

Compare multiple means using ANOVA: Learning Minitab
Compare multiple means using ANOVA: Learning Minitab

Learn to use Minitab to run ANOVA to compare more than two means. When comparing the performance of two or more groups, ANOVA uses sample data to evaluate and make inferences on whether population means are statistically different or not. Use Minitab to test the assumptions of normality and equal variances prior to using ANOVA. Generate residual plots to evaluate the validity of the model. Create interval plots and boxplots to illustrate the comparison of means across multiple groups. Learn to do all this with Minitab.

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