I've currently got some data but I'm just become horribly stuck D:
The data shows the inhibitory effect of varying dilutions of honey on bacteria. I have 2 different honeys and 3 different bacteria, so In total, 6 different combinations of honey and bacteria.
I want to see if dilution has a significant impact on a honey's antibacterial properties.
I considered using a Kruskal-Wallis test to find whether the dilutions of a particular honey have an effect one one particular bacteria (i.e. compare all dilutions of honey for say, E.coli). However, this does not give me an overall view on the effect on its antibacterial properties. What should I do to get this overall view?
Also, what kind of follow up test should I do if I were to use a Krukal Wallis test?
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