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You should use a One-way Anova when:

  • You are looking for a difference between two or more samplesglossary item: Sample
  • The data in the samples are measured at scaleglossary item: Scale data level
  • The data are unrelatedglossary item: unrelated data


Do not use this test when:

  • You want to compare frequency distributionsglossary item: Frequency Distribution
  • The data do not fulfil parametric criteriaglossary item: Parametric criteria