17.4.2.1 The One-Way Repeated Measure ANOVA Dialog Box

This dialog can be used to carry out one-way ANOVA analysis. To open this dialog, select Statistics:ANOVA:One-Way Repeated Measures ANOVA from Origin menu.

Supporting Information

Recalculate

Recalculate

Controls recalculation of analysis results

  • None
  • Auto
  • Manual

For more information, see: Recalculating Analysis Results

Input

Input Data

Set the drop-down list to Raw or Indexed.

Indexed

In this mode, one column contains levels of the factor variable and the corresponding response data are in another column.

Notes: To learn more about how indexed data should be set up for repeated measure ANOVA., refer to the FAQ
Factor
Specify the factor column. Note that the factor column will be set as categorical if Text column.
Data
Specify the response data column.
Subject
Specify the subject column.
Raw

In this mode, response data from each level of the factor variable are stored in a separate column.

Factor
Name
Enter the factor name
Number of Levels
Default = 2
Specify the level numbers. And each level will have its own Leveli controls. Note that the system variable @AML can be used to control the max number of supported levels for ANOVA, which is 25 by default. You can change the maximum number of levels by assigning new values to the @AML variable.
Leveli name
Default = Factor1 Leveli
Specify the level name
Data
Level i
Specify the data column of level i

Descriptive Statistics

Select to include descriptive statistics in the output report.

Significance Level

Specify the significance level for one way repeated measures ANOVA.

Means Comparison

Methods for post-hoc pairwise means comparison.

Significance Level Specify the significance level for pairwise means comparison.
Tukey

Different methods for pairwise means comparison. (For more information see Algorithms).

Bonferroni
Dunn-Sidak
Fisher LSD
Scheffe
Dunnett
Holm-Bonferroni
Holm-Sidak

Output

Graph Arrangement
Arrange Graphs into Columns
Specify number of columns to arrange output graphs.
Dataset Identifier Only available when the Input Data is Indexed.
Identifier
Choose how to identify your datasets in the output data.
  • Range
Use the range syntax.
  • Book Name
Use the workbook long name.
  • Sheet Name
Use the worksheet name.
  • Name
Use the column long name if it exists, otherwise use the short name.
  • Short Name
Use the column short name.
  • Long Name
Use the column long name.
  • Units
Use the column units.
  • Comments
Use the column comments.
  • <Custom>
Use custom formats to define a data identifier. For its usage, please refer to Complete List of @Options.
Show Identifier in Flat Sheet
Specify whether to use the dataset identifier in flat sheet.
Report Tables

Specifies the destination of report worksheet tables.

Book
Specifies the destination workbook.
  • <none>: Do not output report worksheet tables.
  • <source>: The source data workbook.
  • <new>: A new workbook.
  • <existing>: A specified existing workbook.
Sheet
The destination worksheet, always <new>.
Result Log
Use this check box to Specify whether to output the report to Result Log.
Script Window
Use this check box to specify whether to output the report to Script Window.
Notes Window
Use this drop-down list to specify the destination Notes Window:
  • <none>: Do not output to any Notes window.
  • <new>: Output to a new Notes window. You can enter the desired name of the Note window here.
Plot Data

Specifies the destination of plot values.

Book
Specifies the plot values workbook.
  • <auto>: Follows Report Tables book settings unless you've set Book=<none>.
  • <source>: The source data workbook.
  • <report>: The report workbook.
  • <new>: A new workbook.
  • <existing>: A specified existing workbook.
Sheet
The destination worksheet, always <new>.
Optional Report Tables

Specifies what is output to report worksheet.

Notes
Notes table.
Input Data
Table for input data.
Masked Data
Table for masked data.
Missing Data
Table for missing data.

Plots

Bar Chart Generate a bar chart comparing factor levels.
Means Plot (SE as Error) Generate a line + symbol plot comparing means and SE of factor levels.
Means Comparison Plot Generate plots for selected Means Comparison tests.