© Gregory Carey, 1998 **MANOVA**: I - 1 Multivariate Analysis of Variance (**MANOVA**): I. Theory Introduction The purpose of a t test is to assess the likelihood that the means for two groups are sampled from the same sampling distribution of means.

4) What is the strength of association between dependent variables? 5) What are the effects of covariates? How may they be utilized?

1 **MANOVA** The wonderfully complex world of the multivariate analysis of means! OK, I realize the thought of another dose of stats may have you feeling like this…

© Gregory Carey, 1998 SPSS **MANOVA** - 1 SPSS **MANOVA** The following SPSS code performs a **MANOVA** on three difference scores (post - pre) in the Kurlu data set.

**MANOVA** • A new DV is created that is a linear combination of the individual DVs that maximizes the difference between groups. • In factorial designs a different linear combination of the DVs is created for each main effect and interaction that maximizes the group difference separately.

Reporting **MANOVA**: Four examples (not necessarily definitive) Contents page Contents page ..... i **MANOVA** reporting ...

Slide 1 Comparing Groups & Covariates: **MANOVA**, ANOVA, ANCOVA 325-711 Research Methods 2007 Lecturer: Jeromy Anglim Email : jkanglim@unimelb.edu.au Website: http://jeromyanglim.googlepages. com Office : Room 1110 Redmond Barry Building Appointments: For appointments regarding course or with the ...

Multiple Analysis of Variance (**MANOVA**) or Multiple Analysis of Covariance (MANCOVA). Kelly Davis Goals, assumptions, data required. Goals **MANOVA** can be an appropriate statistical technique when an ANOVA-like analysis is desired for more than one dependent variable.

SAS Workshop - Multivariate Procedures Statistical Programs Handout # 6 College of Agriculture **MANOVA** (PROC GLM) Unlike the exploratory diagnostic procedures covered previously, Multivariate Analysis of Variance (**MANOVA**) is an inferential procedure.

**MANOVA** What is it? •Multivariate (>1 dependent variable) tests for differences among groups •ANOVA is a special case of **MANOVA** •A very useful reference :-Scheiner, SM 2001.