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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    I tested the residuals and they were still non-parametric, i was thinking of conducting Friedman's tests for within analyses and Kruskal-Wallis tests for between analyses.
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Sorry! My and, yes 2 IV's, once has 2 categories and one has 3
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    I am not testing on cells, this sample size is quite normal for this type of study.
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Yes I have a total of 18 values, my IV has two categories, in which there are 8 and 10 in each category.
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Hi Kat, thank you for your suggestion, to avoid any subjectivity I have conducted Shapiro-Wilk tests on each DV.
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Hi Hlsmith, I did not in my original post, I apologise. The sample sizes are 10 and 8.
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    My data are non-normally distributed to better describe the situation. I would like to know whether there is an effect over time (within analysis), so I was presuming I would use a Friedman test. I would also like to know whether there were any differences between the training groups at any...
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Hi Karabiner, Thank you for your response. Good point about my choice of wording, thank you for picking me up on that, a bad habit I need to get out of! I will explain my study in detail below. I am measuring numerous physiological variables such as strength, muscle size, and functional...
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    Non-parametric Two-way ANOVA

    Hi Guys, I wanted to run a TWO-way ANOVA but unfortunately, my variables are non-parametric. I have tried transforming the data but that did not work. I was wondering what the next step was? I was thinking of conducting two separate tests, a Friedman's test as a non-parametric alternative to...