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Analysis of Variance


Analysis-of-variance procedures rely on a distribution called the F-distribution, named in honor of Sir Ronald Fisher. A variable is said to have an F-distribution if its distribution has the shape of a special type of right-skewed curve, called an F-curve. There are infinitely many F-distribution (and F-curve) by its number of degrees of freedom, just as we […]