I can’t continue with my Phd as i am very much tensed about my research. I am doing my Phd in psychology (full time) and i want to give up. My research is about depression in different age groups. My mentor is suggesting me to use ANOVA technique as there are more than two samples judging the depression in different age groups. But, i have no idea about this technique. The only thing i know is that ANOVA stands for Analysis of Variance, that’s it.
I am writing this query to know the complete technique.
Someone help me, please.

asked on 20 Jun 18Pradeep Sharma Pradeep Sharma
3 Answers
answered on 25 Jun 18

http://www.statisticshowto.com/probability-and-statistics/hypothesis-testing/anova/#TwoWay , this is a link i found online and thought i would help you in every way it should. It has each and every detail about ANOVA technique , it will answer all your question regarding what is ANOVA? How it is used? It will also tell you about one way ANOVA and two way ANOVA.

Aditi Sharma Aditi Sharma
answered on 07 Jul 18

Analysis of variance (ANOVA) tests the hypothesis that the methods for at least two populations are equivalent. ANOVAs survey the significance of at least one factors by looking at the response variable means at the distinctive factor levels. The null hypothesis expresses that all population means are equivalent while the alternative hypothesis expresses that no less than one is extraordinary. To perform an ANOVA, you should have a persistent reaction variable and no less than one categorical factor with at least two levels. ANOVAs require information from roughly typically distributed populations with measure up to differences between factor levels.

Jessica Jessica
answered on 07 Jul 18

http://jibe-net.com/journals/jibe/Vol_2_No_4_December_2014/6.pdf.
This is the research paper with ANOVA technique used in it. Go through it and see how it has been used. Then you will have an idea about it and will be able to process it in your study.

Yashti Iyer Yashti Iyer

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