Chi squared or ANOVA for variances analysis

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elnaz

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Hello
if i have understood true i think you want test for homogenous of variance
so you should do Anova because in it there is a homogenous of variance test .
that you can see it .
Best regards
Elnaz
 
#4
in a production environment, we are interested in whehter the samples have greater variation. Do we assume the population to be homogeneous?
 
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elnaz

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hello
The name of this test is homogenous of variance
but please tell me your intent clearly
Best regards
Elnaz
 
#6
It depends on your variables, categorical or continuous. If you have continuous variables you should use ANOVA to test for homogeneity of variances among your variables. The output spits this out automatically, just have to look for it.
 
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Just as an FYI, a chi-squared analysis examines the relationship between two categorical variables. As far as I know it won't tell you anything about the variance of the variables.