Currently, when running Anova the program will have a read out of (not tested) when the data does not fit the set parameters. Would it be possible to show the p-vaules even if the parameters are not meet. This can be usual too.
Also would it be possible to have the option to use p value of 0.1 in addition to the 0.05 for ANOVA analysis.
Thank you for this tool,
While there’s not an option to set the alpha level, you can click on “Report” to get a detailed report with full p value. Then you can apply pretty much any alpha level you like.
With regard to the “not tested”, I guess you are alluding to the Tukey test which may show “not tested” for a pairwise comparison if another pairwise comparison that ranks higher did not reject the null hypothesis. From my understanding it does not make sense for this test to perform a pairwise comparison if a higher-ranking one did not have the null hypothesis rejected, i.e. the null hypothesis will not be rejected for this pair anyway. I might be wrong though…
Thank you for responding.
Yes I was referring to the Turkey test as you have suggested.
The reason I ask if the not tested could be shown or alpha value could be changed was because some times the P-value is between 0.05 and 0.1 however is displayed as not tested.
This is why it still make sense to me to display all P-value.