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ENC510 Assignment 6.1 Computational ANOVA Problems Using SPSS

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Step 1

Use the Health SPSS dataset to answer the following question:

Is there a statistically significant difference in cholesterol levels between 3 self-reported levels of smoking? (Conduct a one-way ANOVA. If the F-test is significant, use the LSD post-hoc test.)

Guidelines for interpreting ANOVA results can be found in What to Include When Writing Up One-Way ANOVA Test Results (PDF),

In the following screencast, I complete a computational problem in SPSS.

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For each problem, submit:

Your interpretation of the results (by cutting and pasting into the Assignment text box).

The SPSS output (.spv) file (as an attachment).

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