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Jan 15, 2014 4:58 AM
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Hi

I am conducting an ANOVA and I am in the process of performing the assumption checks.

I have checked for normality and homogeneity of variance. However, I am not sure about how

to create a scatter plot in order to test for independence of errors.

In my research design respondents have been divided on the basis of what type of coke they

drink (diet or regular), on a colour basis (red or green), and on an information basis (little or much).

They have for instance answered a question about the attractiveness of the product under study

on the basis of a 5-point likert scale. With this information then how do I test for independence of

errors in SAS JMP?

Thanks!

Nikolaj

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ANOVA assumptions

1.) Errors normally distributed>Save residuals and run distribution, normal quantile plot and fit normal>goodness of fit

2.) Variance are the same for all groups> Test for equal variances

3.) Errors occur independently>Plot residuals over time

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ANOVA assumptions

1.) Errors normally distributed>Save residuals and run distribution, normal quantile plot and fit normal>goodness of fit

2.) Variance are the same for all groups> Test for equal variances

3.) Errors occur independently>Plot residuals over time

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Thanks. So for the test of independence in errors i simply make a column from 1 to how many?

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One way to accomplish this is if you are in the fit Y by X platform or fit model you can save your residuals and the under quality and reliability you can create a run chart or even an IR chart to display the residuals over time.

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Here is a screen shot of how it looks when I am in fit y by x. I cannot see quality and reliability anywhere?

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I apologize for the confusion. Once you save your residuals to your data table from the Fit Y by X, you can launch the Analyze>Quality and Process platform and create a run chart and or/IR from there.

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Since I am not exactly clear on your specific problem I would suggest some good references that can easily found by searching google by entering

**Testing for Independence of Errors in ANOVA in JMP**

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Hello Lou Valente,

Where test for equality of variances?

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Aug 20, 2015 6:56 AM
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| Posted in reply to message from fariasj_hotmail 08/19/2015 05:43 PM

Go to red triangle and select Unequal Variances....

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Thanks Lou Valente. For mixed effects models have the option to test homogeneity? Or only one way Anova?