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One Way ANOVA


Hey all

I was wondering if anyone could explain to me how I could do one-way ANOVA
on for example the following data (where we have different number of data
points in each data set)

data1 = 10,15,8,2,3,5
data2 = 11,5,22,24,32,6,7

I tried the following two setups
ANOVA[{{10,15,8,2,3,5},{11,5,22,24,32,6,7}}] 
and I also tried the following setup:
ANOVA[{{10, 11}, {15, 5}, {8, 22}, {2, 24}, {3, 32}, {5, 6}, {_, 7}}]

and on a side note, how would I represent missing data for this (I used _
character)

Thanks
Doug



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