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Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) methods extend analysis of variance methods to cover cases where there is more than one dependent variable and where the dependent variables cannot simply be combined.
After introducing key terms and emphases, he describes data presentation and distribution, z scores, tests of significant differences for interval/ratio scale data, analysis of variance (ANOVA), correlation, nonparametric procedures, basic measurement issues, and advanced topics like the difference between a stepwise regression solution and direct solution and how discriminant function analysis differs from multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA).
An initial multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) model was constructed to identify patient factors indicative of increased risk of component revision for any cause.
To establish the effects of CPF and its relationship to other variables, a multivariate analysis of variance (ANOVA; data log-transformed whenever the variance was heterogeneous) was first conducted, encompassing neonatal treatment, sex, and, where multiple evaluations were run on the same animal (radial-arm maze, ketanserin challenge), the repeated measure associated with that test.
3 Distribution of the Wilks's Likelihood Ratio Test Statistic Schatzoff , Pillai and Gupta , Lee , and Davis  tabulate multiplying factors C to obtain upper percentage points of the distribution of the Wilks's Likelihood Ratio Test Statistic - [n - p - (1/2) (m - r + 1)] logW from the percentage points of the chi-square distribution for multivariate analysis of variance.
Initial Task Interest A multivariate analysis of variance on initial task interest measures (interesting/boring, enjoyable/unpleasant, exciting/dull, entertaining/tedious) did not indicate any significant main effects of performance standard, F(4, 53) = .
To explore differences in levels of involvement and faith among members of faith communities, a multivariate analysis of variance was conducted with averaged scores on the GIFS and RBS as dependent variables.
A multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) was conducted with gender as a main effect and academic resilience and career-related help-seeking behavior as dependent variables.