# Lecture 17: ANOVA

November 10th, 2022 (9th week of classes)**Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)**

Analysis of variance is one of the most used statistical frameworks. It can tackle from simple to extremely complex data and designs. We cover in BIOL322 its most simple design. It allows to contrast means across multilple groups (often referred as to treatments as we will see in the lecture).

**ANOVA - the theoretical basis, by ProfS Taylor**

It provides a good visual aid to better understand ANOVA.

**Watch for your own interest; no need if you don’t want to**

**One Way ANOVA (Analysis of Variance): Introduction**

It provides a quick summary of the main principles involving ANOVA.

**Watch for your own interest; no need if you don’t want to**

**Lecture**

This version of the lecture was delivered by Isabella Richmond, PhD candidate in Biology at Concordia as part of their pedagogical training. My version of the lecture, (slides and video) which includes all elements that Isabella has presented is available below.

Slides:

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My original lecture and Video (Isabella Richmond’s lecture overlaps but my version has a video available and some important additional details)

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