With ANOVA (Analysis of Variance) , you’re testing different groups to see if there’s a significant difference between them. For example, a manufacturer might have a new process to extend the shelf life of a product. You could use ANOVA to test the “before” and “after” products to see if the average shelf life has been extended. Before you perform ANOVA, you need a null hypothesis . The point of ANOVA isn’t just to test the variance between the groups, it’s also to help you decide if you should support or reject the null hypothesis . In general, if the p-value you get from an ANOVA test is smaller than your alpha level , you should reject the null hypothesis. If your F-value is larger than the f-critical value, that would also lead you to reject the null hypothesis.
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