JMP 12 Online Documentation (English)
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JMP 13.2 Online Documentation
Basic Analysis
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Oneway Analysis
Examine Relationships between a Continuous Y and a Categorical X Variable
Using the Oneway or Fit Y by X platform, you can explore how the distribution of a continuous Y variable differs across groups defined by a single categorical X variable. For example, you might want to find out how different categories of the same type of drug (X) affect patient pain levels on a numbered scale (Y).
The Oneway platform is the
continuous by nominal or ordinal
personality of the Fit Y by X platform. The analysis results appear in a plot, and you can interactively add additional analyses, such as the following:
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a one-way analysis of variance to fit means and to test that they are equal
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nonparametric tests
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a test for homogeneity of variance
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multiple-comparison tests on means, with means comparison circles
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outlier box plots overlaid on each group
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power details for the one-way layout
Oneway Analysis
Contents
Overview of Oneway Analysis
Example of Oneway Analysis
Launch the Oneway Platform
The Oneway Plot
Oneway Platform Options
Quantiles
Means/Anova and Means/Anova/Pooled t
Analysis of Means Methods
Compare Means
Nonparametric
Unequal Variances
Equivalence Test
Robust
Robust Fit
Cauchy Fit
Power
Normal Quantile Plot
CDF Plot
Densities
Matching Column
Additional Examples of the Oneway Platform
Statistical Details for the Oneway Platform