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What is the difference between Anova and T-test?

Asked by Vincent_staines, Last updated: Mar 05, 2020

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Peyton Berrymore

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Answered Mar 05, 2020

T-tests and the one-way analysis of variance are the two most common tests to gather and calculate statistical data. When the test statistic follows a standard supply and the value of the scaling term in the statistic is known, then the T-test is applied. The T-test considers a student's hypothesis. Unfortunately, the T-test has more of a chance for error, the more the means are utilized, which is why it is not used for the comparison stage.

Opposingly, (the analysis of variance is a collection of statistical models), ANOVA is not obtained from the differences of variations, but from the differences between means of groups. It deduces the combined procedures where observed variance in a particular variable is divvied up into component's attribute to different variations. In summarization, an ANOVA provides a statistical test to find out if the means of numerous groups are equal.

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