|November 21st, 2016, 06:17 AM||#1|
Joined: Nov 2016
From data to ANOVA
I'll go directly to the point.
I did an experiment in which I used electrical stimulations.
The stimulation is defined by 2 parameters, pulse and frequency. I used 3 different frequencies (20,70,120) and 4 different pulses(100,200,300,400).
Each pulse/frequency combination was given 3 times in randomized order to the subject
I have 16 subjects involved in the study.
My NULL hypothesis is that there is not difference among different combinations.
I cannot find a way to implement it by hand (also using a software would be ok).
Do you have any hints?
Thanks in advance!
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