MANOVA is the acronym for Multivariate Analysis of Variance. This is a generalization of ANOVA for the case where there are multiple dependent variables.

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Can a cross validation be used structurally to assess the transferability of an effect of one factor across another factor?

A MANOVA performed on multivariate data reveals a significant main effect of a single categorical factor (IV1). A follow-up LDA analysis is performed (in order to generate an easy to interpret ...
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MANOVA Box's M result [closed]

My DV is equally / normally distributed. But my Box's M test result is 0.000 which breaks the assumption that it should be insignificant. What's shall I do?
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MANOVA analysis in with many dependent variables

I'm running a statistical analysis in R for an investigation on subjective time perception and its relation with Winter-over syndrome. I have 10 variables which are subject's answers to 10 different ...
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How to do MANOVA in Python?

I can quickly do a MANOVA test in R using this code: ...
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comparison of N groups of independent individuals curves: summary-variables or nonlinear mixed effect model?

I want to assess wether there is a significant difference among two groups, based on a sample of independent individual curves in each group. The logical next step is to try to understand what ...
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MANOVA: What to do with a u-shaped DV?

I am hoping to get some advice on my analysis for my MSc dissertation. I will try to keep it short but please let me know if there is more information I can provide to make the situation clearer. ...
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4 continuous DVs, 12 continuous & discrete IVs: Issues of multicollineararity & multivariate question

I am conducting an analysis to see if various attributes about a set of stimuli affect the rates of different kinds of errors subjects make. I have 4 continuous DVs (error rates) I'd like to predict ...
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Multivariate repeated measures without between subject factors (Manova vs Anova)

I'm trying to run an analysis in SPSS on some EEG data, obtained with the following design: 1 within subject factor, 6 dependent outcome variables. First, I was thinking about a repeated measures ...
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Can I report Univariate results without multivariate results in MANOVA?

I have nonsignificant results for my multivariate analysis (2-way MANOVA with 1 RM). Keep in mind there are 10 DVs that are correlated. The univariate results show significant results for 1 of the ...
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What is the difference between one-way MANOVA's and Hotelling T2 procedure?

I´m relatively new in area of statistical analysis. Can someone explain me what are the main differences between one-way MANOVA's and Hotelling T2 procedure?
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When should I use split files on a manova?

I am performing a MANOVA and when I use split files I get significant interactions. However if I don´t split the file I do not get any significant interactions. I am interested in knowing how ...
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Difference between multi-factor ANOVA and Cox proportional hazard model?

I am wondering what is the difference between multi-factor ANOVA and Cox proportional hazard model? As I understood both of them test the significance of some independent factors on a dependent ...
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3 categorical variables (2 are repeated measure variables) and 1 continuous variable - what analysis?

I originally ran a 2(inclusionary condition)x2(interaction with close other vs stranger)x2(time of pain measurement-repeated variable) mixed manova with 2 dependent variables(physical pain ...
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Correct test to test effects of time and treatment

I have a dataset consisting of 3 treatment levels (A, B and C) and a response variable (plant height). Each treatment has 10 plants. Each plant is measured twice, once at the beginning and end. I ...
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Students answer the same test twice; is MANOVA appropriate to test if the performance increased?

A teacher gives a 2-question quiz to a class of 30 students once before teaching the subject and another time at the end of the class. (The same exact 2 questions are given at the beginning and at the ...
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Multiple DVs - MANOVA or multiple ANOVAs?

My project has multiple continuous DVs and a single categorical IV. When I run ANOVA for each of my DVs the means and SDs are different to when I use MANOVA. Why is that? Which one is correct? Which ...
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Should I use ANOVA or MANOVA?

I would like to compare the performance of two algorithms A and B under various conditions. Performance is measured on a ratio scale. In a simplified setting, the input data set is a factor (DS1, DS2, ...
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Statistical test for cluster independence?

1) If I want to test whether the cluster in red at the bottom figure here is a statistically separate cluster from nearby ones, what do I use? MANOVA? Anything else? 2) Any suggestions how to ...
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What are advantages of MANOVA over a series of univariate analyses?

What are the advantages of doing MANOVA of 2 response variables together rather than individual, separate analysis of response variables? What further information does it provide? Is it that the 2 ...
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Repeated measures MANOVA

I have to analyze a data set of the following format Here the subjects receiving the two treatments are different For this I thought of using a repeated measures MANOVA. Is this a correct ...
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About research design

I have taken same sample for my control group and experimental group. I am measuring motivation with 4 subscales. Now I want to use MANOVA as I have 4 dependent variables.I am not finding how to write ...
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MANOVA hypothesis

If we fail to reject the null hypothesis of MANOVA at an alpha level, does that mean that all the underlying univariate ANOVA tests will not be significant as well at the same alpha level?
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MANOVA as protection against Type I errors

OK, so I have absolutely scoured the internet, and it appears that there is consensus (among people who really care about Type I error) that doing a MANOVA before doing multiple ANOVAs does nothing to ...
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Is there an accepted way to compare within all demographic categories (e.g., within males, within females, within whites, etc.) using MANOVA

I have three experimental groups (group A, group B, and group C), and gave all participants the same 50-question questionnaire. I then can run a MANOVA to determine if their responses (quantitative) ...
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SPSS Output - MANOVA & Measurement Items

I'm desperately trying to produce the following outputs in SPSS (Manova & Measurement Items): For the measurement items, I've also been asked to include a column with the cronbach alpha's ...
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How to understand “MANOVA” and multiple discriminant analysis are special cases of canonical correlation?

I am reading a statistical book which writes, Canonical correlation represents one way in which we can examine the relationship between multiple dependent variables ($\bf{Y}$) and multiple ...
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Sample size estimation for MANOVA

I am trying to run a replication of a study which used a factorial design (2x2) with three DVs (dependent variables) and subsequently ran three ANOVAs to test their hypotheses. Given that the DVs in ...
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MANOVA application

Need to check whether it is mandatory to have at least one continuous DVs in MANOVA, also does sample size of 2 groups matters much, i am planning to check whether recruits from campus or off-campus ...
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Does summary.aov() of MANOVA object adjust for multiple comparisons?

I performed a MANOVA analysis in R, testing if two populations differ based on their multivariate phenotype, comprising 16 measurements. I then used the summary.aov() function on the MANOVA model to ...
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How do I calculate Omega-squared for the Multivariate effect in MANOVA?

I did a one-way MANOVA using SPSS and reported the partial eta-squared for the overall multivariate effect as well as for the follow-up ANOVAs (provided on the SPSS output). The editor wants me to use ...
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Comparing Means: Multiple Dependent Variables

I am using school-level data to compare mean scores for two groups (Group A schools and Group B schools), as measured by a series of indicators: 1) grade-level exam percentile, 2) percent of male ...
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How should I calculate required n for minimum power of a sequence of parallel or simultaneous tests?

I am concerned with the practical situation in which I design a 'no-budget' split-ballot 2 x 1 experiment. We have money for $n=80$ cases in total, thus $n=40$ in each of two groups. In total I will ...
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How do you run correlations on mean values?

I have five random variables measured on units in four sites, and I'm interested in comparing between sites to determine if there are significant differences. I'm extremely interested in the ...
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Main effects significant but no significant interaction

My hypothesis for my dissertation was to find an interaction between two predictors; however, my results showed that the interaction was not significant but the main effects were significant.  In my ...
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Normality assumption in MANOVA

Data set has 2 dependent variables and 1 independent variable with 3 groups. Normality assumption of MANOVA says that variables has to be normally distributed within the groups. My data set has 30 ...
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Best Methodology

I am currently designing a research project on mental health attitudes. I want to test a model that should explain the data. I have 5 variables that should lead in an almost linear causal pattern of ...
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Difficulty choosing the right type of analysis

I have to write a proposed methodology for a study investigating the cognitive effects of beetroot. I will be using 2 separate groups of participants. I will first take their resting blood pressure ...
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how should i interpret boxplot and manova results simultaneously?

I have a data in which i am interested in how the response of photosynthesis and conductance varies differentially among different temperatures/ranks/crosses/genotypes. I have set up a manova to do ...
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Working on my dissertation, and need to figure out whether to use MANOVA, MANCOVA, Multiple regression, or multivariate regression

I am working on my dissertation, and I am having a hard time choosing a statistical model to follow. I am using an existing dataset. The results of the dataset are self-reported. There are more than ...
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Optimal model/statistical test for my design?

I have a design with 1 between-subject factor and 2 within-subject factors as independent variables and 5 dependent variables (longitudinal accelartion, lateral acc., response time, first conscious ...
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How to run ANOVA on multiple groups of samples, each composed by different variables

I have a $m$ x $n$ matrix, where the $n$ columns are split into multiple classes. If I had only a $1$ x $n$ vector, I would have used ANOVA to evaluate if all subset of columns had the same ...
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What is the best approach for this set-up: RM ANOVA / MANOVA / Mixed-Models?

I have a simple dataset from a within-subject design. Each participant provided a verbal description of 3 stimuli. The descriptions were coded so that they consist from objects each belonging to 1 out ...
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Using PCA and MANOVA to assess similarity of twins

the general answer to my question has been provided before ( Test if paired data are more similar than non-paired data ), but I'm very much out of my depth and would like to know if my implementation ...
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MANOVA multiple comparisons with equivalence testing

For a MANOVA with $n$ variables, I would like to do pairwise comparisons between $k$ levels for one of the variables. What is the suitable method to adopt for ...
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How to statistically validate a Framework?

I am creating a Framework, that has independent variables A and B. It has dependent variables C, D, E. F, G, as shown in the diagram. Framework I understand that only after validating a Framework we ...
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Analysis for a repeated measures design with covariate that varies over conditions?

I'm trying to find the correct analysis that will allow me to carry out the equivalent of a repeated measures MANCOVA with a covariate that varies over three conditions. Basically I have an experiment ...
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Two-way MANOVA - Total Effect of Independent Variables on Response Variables Together

I have run a two-way MANOVA in SPSS. In the model, there are two fixed (independent) variables A and B, and two response (dependent) variables X and Y. I am trying to ascertain the total effect of A ...
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Discrimination between measurements made at different points in time

I would like to ascertain what variables discriminate best between experimental conditions in a repeated-measures experimental design. I have performed Repeated Measures MANOVA to determine whether ...
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Clustering MVT response data by audience

We are doing multivariate testing 4 possible values for each of 3 variables on a landing page: (a) offer presented, (b) product claim message displayed and (c) image used. So, 12 dummy variables, 64 ...
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Analyzing Social Behavior in Bats

I had a question about what might be the best way to approach one of my datasets. I had been using one method, but a recent talk with one of my professors made me think that perhaps it wasn't the best ...