ANOVA means Analysis of Variance.
NMath from CenterSpace Software is a .NET class library that provides functions for statistical computation and biostatistics, including descriptive statistics, probability distributions, combinatorial functions, multiple linear regression, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, and multivariate statistics.
Note that with the release of NMath 7, all statistical types were unified into the CenterSpace.NMath.Core namespace and the CenterSpace.NMath.Stats namespace was deprecated.
NMath provides classes for both one-way (or one-factor) and two-way (or two-factor) ANOVAs. One-way ANOVA is supported for both balanced and unbalanced designs, and with or without repeated measures (RANOVA). Two-way ANOVA is supported for balanced designs only, with or without repeated measures. This functionality can be used by any .NET language including VB.NET and F#.
The NMath Stats library is part of CenterSpace Software’s NMath Suite of numerical libraries, which provides building blocks for mathematical, financial, engineering, and scientific applications on the .NET platform. Features include matrix and vector classes, linear algebra, random number generators, numerical integration methods, interpolation, statistics, biostatistics, multiple linear regression, analysis of variance (ANOVA), optimization, and object-oriented interfaces to public domain computing packages such as the BLAS (Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) and LAPACK (Linear Algebra PACKage). All NMath routines are callable from any .NET language, including C#, Visual Basic.NET, and F#.
The complete API documentation for the analysis of variance classes is avaliable in the NMath Stats Reference Guide, and is summarized in the table below.
Computes and summarizes a traditional one-way (single factor) Analysis of Variance (ANOVA).
Computes and summarizes the information of a one-way repeated measures Analysis of Variance (RANOVA).
Performs a balanced two-way analysis of variance.
Performs a balanced two-way analysis of variance with repeated measures on one factor.
ANOVA Code Examples
All NMath libraries include extensive code examples in both C# and Visual Basic.NET. Studying these examples is one of the best ways to learn how to use NMath libraries. For more information on analysis of variance, see:
- OneWayAnovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing how use class OneWayAnova to perform a simple one-way ANOVA.
- AdvancedOneWayAnovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing some of the advanced features of class OneWayAnova.
- OneWayRanovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing how to use class OneWayRanova to perform a simple one-way ANOVA with repeated measures.
- AdvancedOneWayRanovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing some of the advanced features of class OneWayRanova.
- TwoWayAnovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing how to use class TwoWayAnova to perform a simple two-way ANOVA.
- AdvancedTwoWayAnovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing some of the advanced features of class TwoWayAnova.
- TwoWayRanovaExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing how to use class TwoWayRanova to perform a two-way ANOVA with repeated measures on one factor.
- TwoWayRanovaTwoExample [C#] [VB.NET]
Example showing how to use class TwoWayRanovaTwo to perform a two-way ANOVA with repeated measures on both factors.
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