Mar 16 2024 08:09 PM
Hey there,
I'm conducting a one way ANOVA to test a null hypothesis. First step, calculate the sum of squares between and the mean of squares between. Any idea how to program this?
Mar 17 2024 08:12 AM
SolutionTo calculate the sum of squares between (SSB) for a one-way ANOVA in Excel, you can follow these steps:
1. Calculate the overall mean (Grand Mean):
2. Calculate the group means:
3. Calculate the sum of squares between (SSB):
Here's how you can do this programmatically in Excel:
Assuming your data is organized in columns with each column representing a different group, and the rows represent individual observations, you can use Excel formulas to perform these calculations.
1. Calculate the overall mean:
=AVERAGE(A1:B10) ' Replace A1:B10 with the range of your data
2. Calculate the group means:
3. Calculate the sum of squares between (SSB):
=(Group Mean 1 - Grand Mean)^2
=(Group Mean 2 - Grand Mean)^2
...
4. Sum the squared differences to get the SSB:
=SUM(SSB1:SSBn) ' Replace SSB1:SSBn with the range of the squared differences
By following these steps, you can calculate the sum of squares between for your one-way ANOVA in Excel. Remember to adjust the cell references and formulas based on the layout and size of your data.
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Mar 17 2024 08:59 AM
Thanks so much for that very thorough and step by step explanation! I think I've got it now.
Thanks for your help,
Sojourner
Mar 17 2024 08:12 AM
SolutionTo calculate the sum of squares between (SSB) for a one-way ANOVA in Excel, you can follow these steps:
1. Calculate the overall mean (Grand Mean):
2. Calculate the group means:
3. Calculate the sum of squares between (SSB):
Here's how you can do this programmatically in Excel:
Assuming your data is organized in columns with each column representing a different group, and the rows represent individual observations, you can use Excel formulas to perform these calculations.
1. Calculate the overall mean:
=AVERAGE(A1:B10) ' Replace A1:B10 with the range of your data
2. Calculate the group means:
3. Calculate the sum of squares between (SSB):
=(Group Mean 1 - Grand Mean)^2
=(Group Mean 2 - Grand Mean)^2
...
4. Sum the squared differences to get the SSB:
=SUM(SSB1:SSBn) ' Replace SSB1:SSBn with the range of the squared differences
By following these steps, you can calculate the sum of squares between for your one-way ANOVA in Excel. Remember to adjust the cell references and formulas based on the layout and size of your data.
My knowledge of this topic is limited, but since no one has answered it, I entered your question in various AI. The text and the steps are the result of various AI's put together.
My answers are voluntary and without guarantee!
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