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Reporting a one-way anova

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Reporting a one-way anova

  1. 1. Reporting a One-Way ANOVA
  2. 2. Reporting the Study using APA • Note – that the reporting format shown in this learning module is for APA. For other formats consult specific format guides.
  3. 3. Reporting the Study using APA • Note – that the reporting format shown in this learning module is for APA. For other formats consult specific format guides. • It is also recommended to consult the latest APA manual to compare what is described in this learning module with the most updated formats for APA
  4. 4. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below.
  5. 5. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).”
  6. 6. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).” • Here is an example:
  7. 7. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).” • Here is an example: “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare the effect of [type of athlete] on the (the number of slices of Pizza eaten in one sitting).”
  8. 8. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).” • Here is an example: “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare the effect of [type of athlete] on the (the number of slices of Pizza eaten in one sitting).”
  9. 9. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).” • Here is an example: “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare the effect of [type of athlete] on the (the number of slices of Pizza eaten in one sitting).”
  10. 10. Reporting the Study using APA • You can report that you conducted a One-way ANOVA by using the template below. • “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare effect of [name the effect (IV)] on the (dependent variable).” • Here is an example: “A One-way ANOVA was conducted to compare the effect of [type of athlete] on the (the number of slices of Pizza eaten in one sitting).” Note - Type of Athlete could be football, basketball, volleyball, soccer, etc. players
  11. 11. Reporting Results using APA
  12. 12. Reporting Results using APA • You can report data from your own experiments by using the template below.
  13. 13. Reporting Results using APA • You can report data from your own experiments by using the template below. • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of _________ on _________ was significant, F (__,__) = ____, p = ____
  14. 14. Reporting Results using APA • You can report data from your own experiments by using the template below. • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of _________ on _________ was significant, F (__,__) = ____, p = ____ • Just fill in the blanks by using the SPSS output
  15. 15. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (__,__) = ____, p = ____
  16. 16. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (__,__) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  17. 17. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F ( 2,__) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  18. 18. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F ( 2,__) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  19. 19. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F ( 2,__) = ____, p = ____ Degrees of freedom Beween Groups ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  20. 20. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F ( 2,__) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  21. 21. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  22. 22. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  23. 23. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = ____, p = ____ Degrees of freedom Within Groups ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  24. 24. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = ____, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  25. 25. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  26. 26. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = ____ ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  27. 27. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = ____ 276.053 / 2.765 = 99.818 ANOVA Pizza_Slices F ratio Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  28. 28. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = .000. ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  29. 29. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = .000. ANOVA Pizza_Slices Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  30. 30. Reporting Results using APA • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2,66 ) = 99.82, p = .000. ANOVA Pizza_Slices P value or significance Sum of Squares df Mean Square F Sig. Between Groups 552.087 2 276.043 99.818 .000 Within Groups 182.522 66 2.765 Total 734.609 68
  31. 31. Reporting Results using APA • Once the blanks are full you have your reports
  32. 32. Reporting Results using APA • Once the blanks are full you have your report • An analysis of variance showed that the effect of type of athlete on number of pizza slices eaten was significant, F (2, 66) = 99.82, p = .000.

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