In my previous blog, I have already introduced you to a statistical term called ANOVA and I have also explained you what one-way ANOVA is? Now in this particular blog I will explain the meaning of two-way ANOVA.
The below image shows few tests to check the relationship/variation among variables or samples. When it comes to research analysis the first thing that we should do is to understand the sample which we have and then try to disintegrate the dataset to form and understand the relationship between two or more variables to derive some kind of conclusion. Once the relation has been established, our job is to test that relationship between variables so that we have a solid evidence for or against them. In case we have to check for variation among different samples, for example if the quality of seed is affecting the productivity we have to test if it is happening by chance or because of some reason. Under these kind of situations one-way ANOVA comes in handy (analysis on the basis of a single factor).
Two-way ANOVA is used when we are testing the variations among samples on the basis two factors. For example testing variation on the basis of seed quality and fertilizer.
Hopefully you have understood what Two-way ANOVA is. If you need more information, check out the video tutorial attached down the blog. Keep on following the DexLab Analytics blog, to find more information about Data Science, Artificial Intelligence. DexLab Analytics offers data Science certification courses in gurgaon.