What is ANOVA

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ANOVA is a lean term used to describe analysis of variance. This is a calculation which is used to analyze variation and its significance by reviewing the relationships between inputs and outputs determining if a common cause exists.

A number of ANOVA methods exist these include one way ANOVA which reviews differences between groups and two way ANOVA which tests how differing factors affect response variables. The methods was originally invented by Sir Ronald A. Fisher. In lean it is commonly used to examine differences between data sets

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