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    How to analyze a categorical confounding variable for experimental results

    I ran an experiment. The experiment had 3 conditions (C1,C2,C3). I analyzed the results which are countably infinite variables (e.g. - number of points) or a finite set of numbers (e.g. - on a scale of 1-5 how much did you like this?). I have two questions in regards to this data and possible...
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    non-mutually exclusive outcomes

    Hi, I have 4 outcomes (A B C D) that one of them is calculated as a weighted average of the first 2 (D=0.6*B + 0.4*C). Then I ran ANOVA to examine the effect of 2 factors on the 4 outcomes. My analysis was rejected because they said that D is not mutually exclusive from all other factors...