I apologize if this question will seem odd, but I am quite new to statistical analysis. I performed coinfection experiments with a total of 12 conditions, and I have 3 measurements per condition. I did a Shapiro-Wilk test to check for normality: the values of some conditions are normally distributed, while others are not. I know that in case of normal distribution I can perform a one-way ANOVA test, while if my data is not normally distributed I have to do a Kruskal-Wallis test. However, I am not sure how to proceed since my data are "both" normally and non-normally distributed. How do I proceed from this point? (I attached the results from the normality test) Thank you to anyone who will answer, I appreciate the help very much.
Kind regards, Elena