Two-Way ANOVA Test
for the Block Designs

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Professor Hossein Arsham   

The following JavaScript test the claims in equality of means in the two-way ANOVA test for block designs.

Enter your up-to-4by6 (or 6by4) design block, then click on the Calculate button. Unused boxes are not included in the calculations but zeros are.

In entering your data to move from cell to cell in the data-matrix use the Tab key not arrow or enter keys.

The aim is to test the claims that:

H0: All the Treatments' effects are zero.
H'0: All the Blocks' effects are zero.

To edit your data, including add/change/delete, you do not have to click on the "clear" button, and re-enter your data all over again. You may simply add a number to any cell with "X", change a number to another in the same cell, or delete a number from a cell by replacing it with an "X". After editing, then click the "Calculate" button.

For extensive edit or to use the JavaScript for a new set of data, then use the "Clear" button.

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Treatment Variation
Block Variation
Within Variation
Total Variation
Treatment Statistic
Its P-Value
Block Statistic
Its P-Value
Conclusion on Treatments Effects
Conclusion on Blocks Effects

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