# ANOVA - Analysis of Variance A free video tutorial from Vijay Gadhave
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### Statistics Masterclass for Data Science and Data Analytics

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Hello beautiful people there. And welcome to the statistics tutorial from this tutorial we loan analysis of variance or shortly known as an AWA. Let us begin before understanding the definition of a.. Let us understand why. A.R. in previous section we'll compare two samples to see if they're likely to come from the same parent population. To compare that to samples we use two types of T taste independent to sample t taste and dependent paired sample t taste. So using these two details to be out compared to samples right. Now we have a question. What if we were to compare three or more samples or what if we wish to compare samples containing several levels or subgroups to do that. We use an analysis of variance when we are to compare three or more samples or when we are to compare samples containing several levels or subgroups we use analysis of variance. So this is the main reason that we use analyses of variance let us understand what is analysis of variance this technique was invented by several null Fisher Haynes. It is also referred as Fisher's A.R. Analysis of Variance technique is very similar to other techniques such as detailed detailed in terms of its application. So this is the formal definition of analysis of variance analysis of variance is the statistical technique that we use to compare two or more than two sample datasets this technique is used to compare means and their relative variance between the sample datasets no down this important point also analyses of variance is a best fit when we are to compare more than two samples or population data sets. So this is all about the defining Analysis of Variance let us understand what are the questions that we face when we are to compare three sample means using ANOVA. As you can see here at the bottom these are the three distributions of three sample means x 1 bar x 2 bar and X three bar. Now suppose we want to compare these three sample means to see if a difference exists somewhere among them to take that we are to ask three questions to our self these are as follows Do all these three sample means come from a common population. This is the first question or do all these three means come from different populations. This is the second question. Or do one mean is far away from other two population means and it is not from same population. In simple words we are asking that these three sample means are from one population. Are these three sample means are from different population or two sample means are from one population and other one is from different population. So these are the three questions that we are to ask then. When we are comparing three sample means using analysis of variance let us understand how to establish null hypotheses when we are comparing three sample means. So this is the null hypothesis when we are comparing three sample means enough sample one is equal to me enough sample two and me enough sample 2 is equal to me enough sample 3 in this null hypothesis we are not considering that these three sample means are exactly equal we are considering that each mean is likely to come from same and larger overall population. So this is how we establish null hypothesis when we are comparing three sample means let us perform multiple did test with three simple means and conclude the result we can test all Temple means using pair of deep based. So this is the first null hypothesis me enough sample 1 is equal to me enough sample 2 and we are considering significance level is equal to zero point zero value here. This is this take a null hypothesis me enough sample one is equal to me enough sample 3 and Alpha is equal to zero point zero value and this is the third null hypothesis me enough sample 2 is equal to me enough sample 3 and L5 the equal to zero point zero for you. Here we are considering significance level alpha is equal to zero point zero for you that is 5 percent means confidence level is equal to zero point ninety for you that is 95 percent so overall confidence level is equal to zero point ninety five you into zero point ninety for you to zero point ninety five that is zero point eight value seven means overall confidence level is equal to eighty five point seven percent year according to that overall confidence level or all significance level is equal to zero point one for three that is fourteen point three percent and you know that I'll face type 1 error means when we use multiple detailed for sample means then type 1 error will increase. So it is very difficult to do any comparison of sample means when there are such big chances of type an error due to such big type 1 error this is where and what comes in here in analysis of variance we calculate f value and then we compare this f value to critical value determined by our degrees of freedom here. Degrees of Freedom is equal to the number of groups and number of items in each group. So this is how analysis of variance comes into the picture. Let us understand the variance in A.R. and look and see there's two types of variance first one is the variance between groups. This is defined as how far a group means stray from the total mean second one is the variance within groups this is defined as how far individual values three from their respective group mean. So these are the two types of variances in ANOVA variance between groups and variance within groups to compare three or more sample means using analysis of variance be able to calculate f value if value is the ratio between these two variances variance between groups and variance within groups. This is the formula to calculate variance squared is equal to summation of X minus X square and it is divided by and minus 1 means assets divided by D F where SS is equal to sum of squares and the F is equal to degrees of freedom. We have already understood this formula of variance before so we will not discuss this formula again here. Note down these three important points here. Value of f sum of squares and degrees of freedom as we have discussed earlier. F value is equal to variance between groups divided by variance within groups. Further we can write this as as as G divided by degrees of freedom of groups. Here is a G is equal to sum of squares of groups b if groups is equal to degrees of freedom of groups as SC is equal to sum of squares of error and b if error is equal to degrees of freedom of error. So this is all about calculating f value in analysis of variance let us understand what are the different calculations that be able to do while performing analysis of variance. This is the table of samples to rank scores to belong to three different groups. Group a group B and Group C using data given in this table Vale to understand different calculations in an AWA. First we are to calculate the sample means sample mean for group A is equal to 51 sample mean for group B is equal to fifty two and sample mean for Group C is equal to 56 to calculate sample mean just add all the values in a group and divide that result by number of values in that group let us understand how to calculate overall mean to do that at all the devalued in group a group B and Group C after that divided riddled by number of values in group A plus group B plus group C and at the end V is LDS 53. So this is how we calculate sample mean and overall mean let us understand how to calculate sum of squares. Group to do that first we are able to calculate squared off mean a minus total mean then we are able to calculate squared off mean B minus total mean and at the end we are able to calculate squared off mean c minus total mean after that. Add all these values here and we'll output as Number 14 then multiply that addition by number of items in each group means footing into value that is equal to 7 B so sum of squares. Group is equal to 70. So this is how we are to calculate the sum of squares. Group let us understand how to calculate degrees of freedom groups degrees of freedom. Groups is equal to any groups minus one. Here we held three groups. Haynes 3 minus 1 is equal to 2. So degrees of freedom for groups is equal to 2 here. Let us understand how to calculate sum of squares at a to do that. Take square of each value in the group minus mean of that group and as a result we have this table here at the left side then add all these great values here. And at the end of the whole sum of squares error. He had to be out sum of squares. Error is equal to fifteen hundred. Zero six. So this is how we can calculate sum of squares at a Let us understand how to calculate degrees of freedom error to calculate degrees of freedom of error. This is the formula in droves minus 1 in 2 n groups. In this example we'll find those Haynes file minus 1 in 2 3 and at the end of the hour they'll test well. So degrees of freedom error is equal to will here. These are the calculations that we held until now enlisted Oriel sum of squares. Group degrees of freedom group Sum of Squares error and degrees of freedom error. Let us understand how to calculate f value here. We know that your value is equal to variance between groups divided by variance within groups and we can write this as as as D divided by degrees of freedom groups and these two divided by SSA by degrees of freedom at after putting all the values in that formula will output at zero point two seven eight eight. So this is our f value zero point two seven eight eight. No done this important point here to calculate f value Vale to calculate sum of squares group degrees of freedom groups sum of squares error and degrees of freedom error. Let us understand variance between what this variance within variance between plus variance within is equal to total variance. No done D when variance between is greater than variance within. Then we are to reject the null hypothesis in that condition at least one mean is an outlier. Each distribution is narrow and distinct from each other. When variance between is equal to variance within then we fail to reject the null hypothesis in that condition sample means are fairly close to oral mean and or distributions overlap a bit and how to distinguish and when variance between is less than variance within. Then also we fail to reject the null hypothesis in that condition sample means are very close to overall mean and or distributions melt together. So this is all about the variance between vertex variance within so friends. The statistics tutorial NCA latest revise what we learned in this tutorial first will understood what is analysis of variance that is ANOVA then we all understood null hypothesis in analysis of variance. After that we have performed multiple t based. Then we all understood variance and F value in ANOVA then we learned how to do different calculations in analyses of variance. And at the end we compared the variance between vertex variance within I will see you in the next statistics tutorial Dylan and your learning statistics.