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Welcome to the Methods website. Our aim is to facilitate and encourage the use of educational resources, and especially open educational resources in the teaching and learning of social research methods in higher education. Our target audience is teachers of social research methods in higher education, from a wide variety of disciplinary backgrounds, who have used or wish to use resources in their teaching.
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Understanding ANOVA Visually (1998, 2000) by Tom Malloy (University Utah, USA)
Reviewed by Graham R Gibbs
This resource is a visual, manipulable tool for examining the relationship between the variance between means, the variance within groups and the resulting F value. In the tool there are four groups that are compared and the user can change ... Continue reading