Other's OnLine Resources (Chapter 11)
OneWay ANOVA (a) 
 Description:
In using this interactive online resource, you'll be able to
(1) see oneway ANOVAs performed on different sets of preexisting
data, and (2) generate data of your own that will be analyzed
by a oneway ANOVA.
 What to Do:
 Click on the colored title of this online resource: "OneWay
ANOVA (a)."
 After clicking on "Begin," go to the pulldown window called
"Choose Dataset" and examine the oneway ANOVA results for
each preexisting dataset.
 Click "Clear All" and then create your own data by clicking
several times within each group's "data column."
 Sky Huck's Puzzle Question:
It is possible to create a new datasetwith only 3 scores per
group AND each group's mean lower than 1.00that yields F = 5.06
and p = .05. Can you duplicate this feat?

OneWay
ANOVA (b) 
 Description:
In using this interactive online resource, you'll be able to
generate data of your own that will be analyzed by a oneway ANOVA.
 What to Do:
 Click on the colored title of this online resource: "OneWay
ANOVA (b)."
 In the next screen, substitute 5 for the word "undefined"
and then click "OK."
 On the next screen that pops up, scroll down (past the "Inport/Export
Boxes") until you get to the "Data Entry Cells."
 Enter, in the Xa column, any 5 scores to be the data for
the first of your 4 samples. Also enter 5 scores for each
of the other 3 samples.
 After you've entered your data, click on the "calculate"
button.
 Scroll down to the ANOVA Sumarry Table to see what happened
when a oneway ANOVA was applied to your data.
 Sky Huck's Puzzle Question:
Using the whole numbers 120 as your data (with each of these
scores used once and only once), how small can you get the ANOVA
Fvalue to be if you have the freedom to arrange these 20 pieces
of data however you would like (so long as you put 5 scores into
each of the 4 samples)?

