Oberlin College ANOVA versus MANOVA Worksheet
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There are three parts to this assignment that you will submit in one Word document. In part 1, you will provide an overview of univariate and multivariate statistical analyses, focusing on their similarities and differences. You will also provide a description of what an ANOVA versus MANOVA is. In part 2, you will examine each of the 10 different multivariate statistical analyses covered in this class. In part 3, you will find an empirical article that uses a MANOVA or MANCOVA and discuss the article.
Part 1: Using a five-column chart (see below for an example), include all 10 multivariate statistical analyses covered in this class. These 10 techniques are MANOVA, MANCOVA, Canonical Correlation, Discriminant Analysis, Factor/Cluster Analysis, Multiple Regression, Logistic Regression, Structural Equation Modeling, Polynomial Regression, and Path Analysis.
For each analysis, provide the following information: the data type requirements (i.e., nominal, ordinal, interval, ratio), the number of variables needed and the type of variable (i.e., independent, dependent, covariate), the main statistical outcome used (i.e., F-value, Chi-square, R2, Wilks Lambda), and why that statistical analysis is used.
Below is an example of how to set your table up: