I've been trying to figure out how to properly report a two way ANOVA with two between-subject variables and their interaction. Most references I found suggest to report it in the following way:
F(df between-subject, df within-subject)=f-value, p=p-value, e.g. this site. But at another place I found a different way to report:
F(df effect, df error) = F-value, MSE = mean-square error, p-value.
Now I am confused, because I don't have any within-subject measurements so in case the first approach is the right one I have no idea how to report my results. Here is my output from R:
Df Sum Sq Mean Sq F value Pr(>F) happinessLevel1 1 5 4.73 3.449 0.0633 . happinessLevel2 1 0 0.13 0.096 0.7562 happinessLevel1:happinessLevel2 1 138 137.93 100.542 <2e-16 *** Residuals 131810 180827 1.37
In case I report using the second version I'd have
F(1,131810)=100.542, p<0.001 right?