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ANOVA Table Interpretation

Regression Statistics Multiple R or r XXXXX R Square or r2 XXXXX Adjusted R Square XXXXX Standard Error SE XXXXX Observations or n X

Model Regression or Model Residual or Error Total

df k-1 or DFM n-k or DFE n-1 or DFT

Sum of Squares SSM SSE SST Pvalue P value for t

Mean Square SSM/k-1 or MSM SSE/n-k or MSE

F MSM/MSE

Intercept

Coefficients Standard t Stat Error Y Intercept SEb0 t value for 0

X Variable 1

Slope

SEb1

t value for 1

P value for t

Lower 95% Lower confidence interval for intercept Upper Confidence interval for slope

Upper 95.0% Upper confidence interval for intercept Upper Confidence interval for slope

The sample variance is given by


s2 SSE DFE

The fraction of variation is given by

r2

SSM SST

A Table composing of Means, Variances and Sample population Variable Variable 1 Variable 2 Variable 3 Variable 4 Variable N n N1 N2 N3 N4

X X1 X2 X3 X4

s S1 S2 S3 S4

Nn

Xn

Sn

The overall mean of the variables

xt
Then SSM is given by

n1 x1 n 2 x 2 n3 x3 n4 x 4 ... nn xn n1 n2 n3 n4 ... nn

SSM n1 * xt x1 n2 * xt x2 n3 * xt x3 n4 * xt x4 ... nn * xt xn
2 2 2 2

Therefore SSE would be


SSE n1 1 *s12 n2 1 s22 n3 1 s32 n4 1 s42 ... nn 1 sn 2

DFM would be total number of groups minus one. There are n number of groups hence
DFM n 1

DFE would be Total Frequency minus Number of Groups


DFE N1 N2 N3 N4 ... Nn N