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]]>F-statistic is a ratio of two independent Chi-square variables. In one-way ANOVA technique, we want to compare the mean effects of several univariate and homoscedastic normal populations. As mentioned above we will split the total sum of squares for performing a test H_{0}: All means are equal vs H_{1}: at least one inequality in H_{0}. As a test statistics we get an F-statistic and if observed F-value “<” or “>” tabulated F-value we can accept or reject H_{0}, respectively.
In one-way ANOVA F-statistic is given by,
Let take an example to understand what this is. Here we are given a one-way classified data from the synthetic veneer experiment.
Now we can calculate between groups variance and within group variance and be taking ratio we get an observed value of F and then we compare it with tabulated F-value.
Let me show you the ANOVA table using MS Excel.
Anova: Single Factor
In the above table, F means the observed value of F-statistic and F crit means the tabulated value of F-statistic. So, here F > F crit and we reject (can’t accept) the null hypothesis at 5% level of significance.
Now, let me show you how we can perform ANOVA in R programming and environment.
As the data is small we will enter the data manually, otherwise, there are many functions to read big data. Here is the R-scripts.
value <- c(2.3,2.1,2.4,2.5,2.2,2.0,1.9,2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.6,2.4,2.7,2.6,2.7,2.3,2.5,2.3,2.4)
brand <- rep(c("ACME","AJAX","CHAMP","TUFFY","XTRA"),each=4)
data <- data.frame(brand,value)
summary(aov(value ~ brand , data = data))
qf(0.95,4,15)
The output will be as follows,
value <- c(2.3,2.1,2.4,2.5,2.2,2.0,1.9,2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.6,2.4,2.7,2.6,2.7,2.3,2.5,2.3,2.4)
brand <- rep(c("ACME","AJAX","CHAMP","TUFFY","XTRA"),each=4)
data <- data.frame(brand,value)
summary(aov(value ~ brand , data = data))
Df Sum Sq Mean Sq F value Pr(>F)
brand 4 0.6170 0.15425 7.404 0.00168 **
Residuals 15 0.3125 0.02083
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Signif. codes: 0 ‘***’ 0.001 ‘**’ 0.01 ‘*’ 0.05 ‘.’ 0.1 ‘ ’ 1
> qf(0.95,4,15)
[1] 3.055568
So, from the above, we can see the observed value of the F-statistic is 7.404 and the value of F-crit is 3.055568. As a conclusion, we reject (can’t accept) the null hypothesis at 5% level of significance.
So, this is how F-statistic is used in ANOVA technique.
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]]>In this article, we will learn the steps to make the Regression Model. In the previous article of this series, we learned how to calculate the values of coefficients, a test of slope coefficients and Hypothesis.
Let us continue where we left out
Here in this article, we will learn about:
Let’s start with ANOVA:
A basic idea about ANOVA, that of partitioning variation, is a fundamental idea of the experimental idea of experimental statistics. The ANOVA belies its name in that it is not concerned about analyzing variances but rather with analyzing the variances of mean.
There are two types of ANOVA:
I have explained One way and Two way ANOVA respectively.
Now let’s discuss Coefficient Of Determination
The coefficient of determination denoted by R² or r² and pronounced as R-squared, it is a ratio of the sum of squared.
R² or r²=SS(reg)/SS(t)
R² increase or decrease on adding of any extra regressor variable, so we can not much dependent on R².
If this isn’t a solution then there might be another way to find the coefficient of determination of model. Yes, there is a solution known as Adjusted R².
The above properties for R² and Adjusted R² will remain the same.
The adjusted R^{2} is defined as
where
Adjusted R^{2} can also be written as
where
Next is Model Adequacy checking, Multicollinearity and selecting significant explanatory variables.
We will discuss these remaining topics in the next article of this series. Till then, if you have any doubt or suggestion please feel free to shoot me an email on khanirfan.khan21@gmail.com or mention in the comment.
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]]>Below is the example,
Question: The following table shows the lives (in hours) of four batches of electric lamps.
Firstly, enter all the observations in one column either row or column wise like here I have entered data row wise
Secondly, there are four batches of bulbs. If you have entered the data row wise then put the corresponding batch number to the very next column say batch.
Note: you can also enter data column wise and put the corresponding batch number in the very next column.
Select the “observation” and put it in the dependent column, and “batch” in the factor column.
Click Ok.
You will get the desired result.
Interpretation
p-value for Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is 0.123, indicates that we do not have enough evidence to reject Null hypothesis at 0.05 level of significance. Hence we may accept null hypothesis i.e the treatment means are equal. This test is statistically insignificant.
Note: here the interpretation is made on the basis of p-value.
Author
Zishan Hussain
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]]>The interaction term in a two-way ANOVA informs you whether the effect of one of your independent variables on the dependent variable is the same for all values of your other independent variable (and vice versa).
There some assumptions to do Two way ANOVA or we can say that these are the conditions for Two way ANOVA
We will do two way ANOVA for example, let’s start the calculation
Example: Suppose you want to determine whether the brand of laundry detergent used and the temperature affects the amount of dirt removed from your laundry. To this end, you buy two detergents with the different brand (“Super” and “Best”) and choose three different temperature levels (“cold”, “warm” and “hot”).
Then you divide your laundry randomly into “6*r” pile of equal size and assign each ‘r’ piles into the combination of (“super” and “Best”) and (“cold”, “warm” and “hot”). In this example, we are interested in testing the Null Hypothesis.
H(οD) = The amount of dirt removed does not depend on the type of detergent.
H(οT) = The amount of dirt removed does not depend on the temperature.
The example has two factors(factor detergent, factor temperature) at a=2(Super and Best) and b=3(cold, warm and hot) levels. Thus, there are a*b = 3*2=6 different combination of detergent and temperature with each combination. There are r=4 loads. (r is called the number of replicates). This sums up to “n=a*b*r”=24=2*3*4 loads in total.
The amounts of Y(ijk) of dirt removed when washing sub pile k(k=1,2,3,4) with detergent i(i=1,2) at temperaturej(j=1,2,3) are recorded in table below:-
cold | warm | hot | |
Super | 4 | 7 | 10 |
5 | 9 | 12 | |
6 | 8 | 11 | |
5 | 12 | 9 | |
Best | 6 | 13 | 12 |
6 | 15 | 13 | |
4 | 12 | 10 | |
4 | 12 | 13 |
Solution:
cold | warm | hot | M(d) [Y(i)] | |
Super | 4 | 7 | 10 | |
5 | 9 | 12 | ||
6 | 8 | 11 | ||
5 | 12 | 9 | ||
mean(Yij)=5 | mean(Yij)=9 | mean(Yij)=10.5 ~10 | 8 | |
Best | 6 | 13 | 12 | |
6 | 15 | 13 | ||
4 | 12 | 10 | ||
4 | 12 | 13 | ||
mean(Yij)=5 | mean(Yij)=13 | mean(Yij)=12 | 10 | |
M(t)[Y(j)] | 5 | 11 | 11 | 9 |
We have calculated all the means like detergent mean(Md), temperature means (Mt) and mean of every group combination.
Now what we only have to do is calculate the sum of squares(ss) and degree of freedom(df) for temperature, detergent and interaction between factor and levels.
First calculate the SS(within)/df(within) we have already know how to calculate SS(within)/df(within) in one way ANOVA we calculated this but in two way anova the formula is different
STEP 1: Formula for calculation of SS(within) is:
Yijk is the elements in the groups.
Y‾(ij) is mean of combinations
When we put the values and do calculations with this formula we will get SS(within) is
= (4 − 5)² + (5 − 5)² + (6 − 5)² + (5 − 5)²
+(7 − 9)² + (9 − 9)² + (8 − 9)² + (12 − 9)²
· · · · · ·
+(12 − 12)² + (13 − 12)² + (10 − 12)² + (13 − 12
= 38
Calculate the df(within):
df(within) = (r-1)*a*b = 3*2*3 = 18
Calculate MS(within):
MS(within) = SS(within)/df(within) = 38/18 = 2.1111
STEP 2: Calculate SS(detergent) and df(detergent) and MS(detergent)
Y¯(i) is the mean of detergent
Y¯ is the total mean detergent and temperature
= 4*3[(8-9)²+(10-9)²]
= 24
Calculate df(detergent):
df(detergent) = a-1= 2-1 = 1
Calculate MS(detergent):
MS(detergent) = SS(detergent)/df(detergent)
= 24/1= 24
STEP 3: Calculate the SS(temperature), df(temperature) and MS(temperature)
Y¯(i) is the mean of detergent
Y¯ is the total mean detergent and temperature
= 4*2*[(5 − 9)² + (11 − 9)² + (11 − 9)²]
= 192
Calculate df(temperature):
df(temperature) = b-1 = 3-1 = 2
Calculate MS(temperature):
MS(temperature) = SS(temperature)/df(temperature)
= 192/2 = 81
STEP 4: Calculate SS(interaction), df(interaction) and MS(interaction)
Y‾(ij) is mean of combinations
Y¯(i) is the mean of detergent
Y¯(j) is the mean of temperature
Y¯ is the total mean detergent and temperature
Calculate SS(interaction):
= 4 ×(5 − 8 − 5 + 9)² + (9 − 8 − 11 + 9)² + (110 − 8 − 11 + 9)² + · · · + (12 − 11 − 10 + 9)²
= 12
Calculate df(interaction):
df(interaction) = (a-1)*(b-1) = (2-1)*(3-1) = 2
Calculate MS(interaction):
MS(interaction) = SS(interaction)/df(interaction)
= 12/2
= 6
Its time to calculate the F-test: Calculate critical F-value
MS(detergent)/MS(within) ~ F(df(detergent), df(within))
MS(temperature)/MS(within) ~ F(df(temperature), df(within))
MS(interaction)/MS(within) ~ F(df(interaction), df(within))
If you found the F-value less than the critical F-value then you will not be able to reject the null hypothesis I explained and how to and from where to calculate the critical F-value.
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]]>ANOVA: is a parametric method appropriate for comparing the means for 2 or more independent or dependent groups.
There are 3 types of ANOVA:
1). One Way ANOVA 2). Repeated-Measures ANOVA 3). Factorial ANOVA
One Way ANOVA: The one–way ANalysis Of VAriance (ANOVA) is used to determine whether there are any significant differences between the means of two or more independent (unrelated) groups (although you tend to only see it used when there are a minimum of three, rather than two groups).
Repeated-Measures ANOVA: Repeated measures ANOVA is the equivalent of the one-way ANOVA, but for related, (not independent) groups, and Repeated-Measure is the extension of the dependent t-test(learn about dependent t-test by clicking on the given link).
Factorial ANOVA: More than one Categorical Independent Variables. Factorial ANOVA measures whether a combination of independent variables predict the value of a dependent variable. The term “way” is often used to describe the number of independent variables measured by an ANOVA test.
In this article I will do One Way ANOVA by hand, but in next article I will teach you how to perform ANOVA in R.
For performing ANOVA we need data, I have created a data table just for understanding. Here is our table:
Critical significance value α(alpha) = 0.05.
H(0)[Null Hypothesis] = μ1 = μ2 = μ3.
H(α) = At least one different among the means.
STEP: 1 Find the degree of freedom between or within repectively df(bet) or df(within):
df(bet) = k-1 [k is number groups]
df(within) = N-k [N is total entries in group]
df(bet) = 3-1 = 2
df(within) = 9-3 = 6
df(total) = df(bet)+df(within) = 2+6 = 8
F(critical) value for df(bet) and df(within)
F(critical) = 7.20
STEP 2: Calculate the mean for each condition for group.
X1 for group one, X2 for group second X3 for group third
X1= 1+2+5=8 mean of X1 = 8/3 = 2.67
X2 = 2+4+2 = 8 mean of X2 = 8/3 = 2.67
X3 = 2+3+4 = 9 mean of X3 = 9/3 = 3
Grand Mean[GM] = G/N= [1+2+5+2+4+2+2+3+4]/9 = 2.78
G= total number of element of groups
N= total number of groups
STEP 3: Calculate the sum of squares
SS(total) = Σ(x-x(GM))²
After solving the equations we will get SS(total) = 13.6
Now calculate SS(within) = Σ(X1- mean(X1))²+Σ(X2- mean(X2))²+Σ(X3- mean(X3))²
On solving SS(within) equation we will get the value
SS(within)= 13.34
Now, we have SS(total) and SS(within) with the calculated value we will get the SS(bet) value
SS(total) = SS(bet)+SS(within)
SS(bet) = SS(total)-SS(within)
SS(bet) = 13.6-13.34 = 0.26
STEP 4: Calculating Variance between and within
Variance or Mean Square MS(bet) = SS(bet)/df(bet) = 0.26/2 = 0.13
Variance or Mean Square MS(within) = SS(within)/df(within) = 13.34/6 = 2.22
STEP 5: Calculate the F value
F = MS(bet)/MS(within) = 0.13/2.22 = 0.05
Now we have find F and F(critical) value compare these value whether we can reject our null hypothesis or not.
Here what we have
F = 0.05
F(critical) = 7.20
F<<<<F(critical) Based on our calculation we didn’t get to critical region or rejection of Null hypothesis, So we are not able to reject the null hypothesis
H(0)[Null Hypothesis] = μ1 = μ2 = μ3. Their is no significant difference between the 3 groups of our table.
In my next article I will explain ANOVA using R, Till then stay tuned and enjoy
If you have any doubts please mention in comment box or reach me @ irrfankhann29@gmail.com.
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