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Perform comparisons after two-way ANOVA

Perform comparisons after two-way ANOVA: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 2 (2016)
Perform comparisons after two-way ANOVA: Excel Statistics Essential Training: 2 (2016)

When a Two-Way ANOVA produces significant results, you compare sample means in order to focus on intergroup differences. You plan these comparisons before you gather the data. Because the Two-Way ANOVA assesses two independent variables, post-analysis testing requires more steps than the single-variable Between-Groups ANOVA. This video shows you how to perform these post-ANOVA comparisons to fully understand the source of the significance in the ANOVA.

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