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Welch's ANOVA with PSPP?
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Daniel Silverton
2017-06-12 23:08:38 UTC
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Alan Mead
2017-06-12 23:50:18 UTC
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I don't think so. This page says it's an option in SPSS:

http://www.statisticshowto.com/welchs-anova/

When I try running ANOVA using a recent version of PSPP, the only option
is to run Levene's test, it doesn't seem to produce Welch's test. This
page shows how to perform the test using a spreadsheet like Excel ot Calc:

http://www.real-statistics.com/one-way-analysis-of-variance-anova/welchs-procedure/

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Is there any way to run a Welch's ANOVA with PSPP? I have data that
failed the Levene's test for homogeneity of variances, and have been
advised to run a Welch's ANOVA, but have been unable to figure out how
to do that with PSPP (if it's possible at all) based on an online
search. The version I'm using is 0.10.4-g50f7b7.
Thanks,
Daniel
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