chapter  6
Following up a one-factor between-subjects ANOVA
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In the previous chapter, you were shown how to compute the F ratio for the simplest possible ANOVA: one-factor betweensubjects. However, unlike simpler statistical tests, the meaning of the F ratio, whether significant or non-significant, is not always straightforward. This chapter discusses the further steps necessary in order to understand fully the outcome of a study in relation to the hypotheses under test.