I want to find the significant difference between two groups (1 and 2). As my teacher said I should use anova. but i dont know whether i'm doing that right or not.
so these are the percentages:
42.3
44.2
57.6
60.1
66.2
22.6
36.8
58.3
71.6
91.8
the first 5 ones are group 1 and the rest are group 2.
I set these in data view:
Group type: Numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 .... Measure: Nominal
Percentages type: Numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 1 .... Measure: Scale
And I'm doing : Analyse >> Compare Means >> One way ANOVA
Dependent List: Percentage
Factor: Group
I'm not sure about options and Post Hoc
And the result of Sig. is : .875
I think it's a big number!!
I also Attached the Data file
so these are the percentages:
42.3
44.2
57.6
60.1
66.2
22.6
36.8
58.3
71.6
91.8
the first 5 ones are group 1 and the rest are group 2.
I set these in data view:
Group type: Numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 0 .... Measure: Nominal
Percentages type: Numeric Width: 8 Decimals: 1 .... Measure: Scale
And I'm doing : Analyse >> Compare Means >> One way ANOVA
Dependent List: Percentage
Factor: Group
I'm not sure about options and Post Hoc
And the result of Sig. is : .875
I think it's a big number!!
I also Attached the Data file
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