Use this to save results from a one- or two-way ANOVA analysis in Genstat data structures.
After selecting the appropriate boxes, type the identifiers of the data structures into the corresponding In: fields.
|Residuals||Variate||Residuals from the analysis|
|Fitted values||Variate||Fitted values from the analysis|
|AOV table||Pointer||A pointer to the analysis of variance table columns|
|Means||Table||Means for the specified treatment term|
|Standard errors of differences||Symmetric matrix||Standard errors of differences for the means for the specified treatment term|
|Least significant differences||Symmetric matrix||Least significant differences for the means for the specified treatment term|
Specifies the model term for which the table of means is to be saved. If means are required for more than one model term, this menu should be invoked once for each term, changing the specification of the treatment term each time.
Factor combination for means
For the an unbalanced design the tables of means are calculated using the PREDICT directive. The first step (A) of the calculation forms the full table of predictions, classified by every factor in the model. The second step (B) averages the full table over the factors that do not occur in the table of means. This option specifies which cells of the full table are to be formed in Step A. The default setting, Estimable, fills in all the cells other than those that involve parameters that cannot be estimated, for example because of aliasing. Alternatively, the setting Present excludes the cells for factor combinations that do not occur in the data.
Display in spreadsheet
Select this to display the results in a new spreadsheet window. The layout of the spreadsheets containing tables (means, effects, BLUPs or block residuals) with two or more classifying factors can be selected from:
|Page format||Each table is displayed in a separate sheet with the last classifying factor across the columns|
|Column format||All tables are displayed in one sheet with one column per table|
If there is only one classifying factor, column format is always used.
Export to file
Save selected results into a Genstat or Excel file using the Save ANOVA results in a spreadsheet menu.
To save other information from ANOVA, such as sums of squares, degrees of freedom and so on, you need to enter command mode and use the directive AKEEP. You can also use AKEEP to save multiple tables of means in a single command.
- Save ANOVA results in a spreadsheet.
- AKEEP directive in command mode.
- ANOVA Options for choosing which results to display.
- Analysis of variance menu.
- One and two-way analysis of variance menu.
- Unbalanced analysis of variance menu.
- Analysis of Variance by ANOVA, Regression or REML menu.
- Parallel ANOVA menu.
- Contrasts menu, for specifying contrasts.
- Further Output for additional output subsequent to ANOVA.
- Residual Plots and Means Plots for graphical output.
- Multiple Comparisons dialog for specifying multiple comparisons.
- ACHECK procedure for checking assumptions for an analysis of variance.