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To compare the heart rate of daphnia in the control, caffeine and ethanol condition. What test should I use? I was thinking ANOVA one way but idk if this is correct or not
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To compare the heart rate of daphnia in the control, caffeine and ethanol condition. What test should I use? I was thinking ANOVA one way but idk if this is correct or not
You can use ANOVA if your data is normally distributed, if not I’d use a nonparametric test i.e. Kruskal-Wallis test. Bear in mind that ANOVA/Kruskal-Wallis will not be able to tell you which variable(s) is significantly different from the others, only that one or more groups are significantly different from one another.
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You can use ANOVA if your data is normally distributed, if not I’d use a nonparametric test i.e. Kruskal-Wallis test. Bear in mind that ANOVA/Kruskal-Wallis will not be able to tell you which variable(s) is significantly different from the others, only that one or more groups are significantly different from one another.
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