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    Hi all.

    I'm a bit confused at the moment, so I'm hoping anyone here can give me a hand

    I've completed a large data collection, using 9 subjects, where we tested two different modes (low and high resistance), measured watts, and EMG on 8 muscles. Each mode consisted of 4 different stages, with increasing intensity. I have processed the EMG signals into variables (Rectified averages), and I want to see if there is a difference in EMG with increased resistance.

    I've been trying to use Two Way Repeated Measures Anova, but I'm not sure that's the right test to use... Any thoughts? If there is too little information provided, I'll add more

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    Re: 1 group of subjects, two tests

    This appears to be a 1-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA unless I am missing something. Resistance is one IV with two levels. What did you think was the second IV?

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    Re: 1 group of subjects, two tests


    Quote Originally Posted by Miner View Post
    This appears to be a 1-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA unless I am missing something. Resistance is one IV with two levels. What did you think was the second IV?
    Thank you for your reply.

    I agree, that was a mistake by me, it certainly is only one IV.

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