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    Hi, I'm doing multiple mixed anovas for my study and for most of them my Levene's test has come up as significant, however there is no non-parametric equivalent for this test . So I don't know what to do, I have found that you can transform the data but I dont know how, I have also heard that the Levenes test is robust enough for the test to carry on. I don't know what to do and its for my dissertation please help!
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