Analyzing a one-way ANOVA versus a two-factor ANOVA,
1. Review the four “ANOVA” videos in the Calculations section of the “Statistics Visual Learner” media piece.(I will attach the link) Explain the major differences between analyzing a one-way ANOVA versus a two-factor ANOVA, and explain why factorial designs with two or more independent variables (or factors) can become very difficult to interpret. 2. Explain how the ANOVA technique avoids the problem of the inflated probability of making Type I error that would arise using the alternative method of comparing groups two at a time using the t-test for independent groups.