Note: Within the Contingency platform, you can use the Analysis of Means for Proportions when the response has two categories. For details, see the Contingency Analysis section.
Use the ANOM and ANOM with Transformed Ranks options to compare group means to the overall mean.
This is the nonparametric version of the ANOM analysis. Use this method if your data is clearly non-normal and cannot be transformed to normality. Compares each group mean transformed rank to the overall mean transformed rank.
Use the ANOM for Variances and ANOM for Variances with Levene (ADM) options to compare group standard deviations to the root mean square error. This is a type of variance heterogeneity test.
This is the nonparametric version of the ANOM for Variances analysis. Use this method if you suspect your data is non-normal and cannot be transformed to normality. Compares the group means of the absolute deviation from the median (ADM) to the overall mean ADM.
Select an option from the most common alpha levels or specify any level with the Other selection. Changing the alpha level modifies the upper and lower decision limits.
For ANOM, creates a report showing group means and decision limits.
For ANOM with Transformed Ranks, creates a report showing group mean transformed ranks and decision limits.
For ANOM for Variances, creates a report showing group standard deviations (or variances) and decision limits.
For ANOM for Variances with Levene (ADM), creates a report showing group mean ADMs and decision limits.
(Only for ANOM for Variances) Changes the scale of the y-axis from standard deviations to variances.
Show Decision Limits shows or hides decision limit lines.
Show Decision Limit Shading shows or hides decision limit shading.
Show Center Line shows or hides the center line statistic.
Show Needles shows the needles. This is the default option.
Show Connected Points shows a line connecting the means for each group.
Show Only Points shows only the points representing the means for each group.