Full course description
Do you have data that includes a continuous response, but want to test the differences between different levels of a categorical predictor? Performing an ANOVA may be appropriate. What if you have more than one categorical predictor or also have a continuous predictor variable? In the SAIG Short Course ANOVA in R, we will cover several varieties of ANOVA, a common statistical procedure. The following topics will be covered: • Understanding when using ANOVA is appropriate • Checking ANOVA assumptions • Fitting a one-way ANOVA model • Fitting a two-way ANOVA model • Interpreting interactions • Fitting an ANCOVA model Attend this course on [date] from [time] in [location]. No previous experience with JMP is required! Bring your laptop with JMP installed on your machine. You can download JMP from the Virginia Tech Software Service Center from the following links: https://itpals.vt.edu/index/softwarelicensingcenter.html If you already have JMP on your laptop, make sure it’s the most up to date versions. This course is jointly sponsored by the Statistical Application and Innovations Group (SAIG) and Networked Learning Initiatives (NLI).