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I generate my own data (an order list) and with that data I have multiple scenarios which can be performed which give a resulting value. Now I was wondering when I want to do a ANOVA, should I generate 1 order list and then get the resulting value for all different scenarios based on that 1 order list per replication. Or should I generate a different order list for every scenario for every replication?

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