# running a one way anova

To prepare for this Assignment:

Review the video, Analysis of Variance (ANOVA).

Review the following tutorials from the Green and Salkind text:

oLesson 25, “One-Way Analysis of Variance”

oLesson 26, “Two-Way Analysis of Variance”

Submit a 5- to 6-page paper using the Assignment Exemplar.

Your paper must include the following elements:

An APA Results section for the one-way ANOVA test. (See an example of an APA Results section in Lesson 25, “One-Way Analysis of Variance” of the Green and Salkind text on pages 136-137.)

The critical elements of your SPSS output, including:

oA properly formatted research question

oA properly formatted H10 (null) and H1a (alternate) hypothesis

oA descriptive statistics narrative and properly formatted descriptive statistics table (see page 134 of the Green and Salkind text)

oA properly formatted box plot (see page 136 of the Green and Salkind text)

oA properly formatted inferential APA Results Section (see pages 135-136 of the Green and Salkind text).

oAn appendix including the SPSS output generated for descriptive and inferential statistics (see SPSS output on page 134 [one-way ANOVA] and page 135 [post hoc results] of the Green and Salkind text)

Finally, explain how you would extend the one-way ANOVA to a two-way ANOVA using the variables in the IT Security Dataset.

The page should have the following criteria’s.

 Complete Student submits a 5- to 6-page paper presenting the results of running a one-way ANOVA test. Research Question Presents a properly formatted research question. Hypothesis Presents a properly formatted null and alternate hypothesis. Descriptive Statistics Presents a descriptive statistics narrative and properly formatted descriptive statistics table. Box Plot Student presents a properly formatted box plot. Results Section Student presents a properly formatted inferential APA Results Section. Appendix Student presents an appendix including the SPSS output generated for descriptive inferential statistics. Extension Student explains how they would extend the one-way ANOVA to a two-way ANOVA using the variables in the IT Security Dataset.