ANOVA Report


 Title: Comparison of four Festivals.
 Author Name: Chanchal Bhosle
 Introduction: Diwali, one of the most prominent Hindu festivals of India, is celebrated with a lot of pomp and show. During this festival of lights, houses are decorated with clay lamps, candles, and Ashok leaves. Holi is one of the famous festivals of India, celebrated with a lot of fervour across the country. On the eve of Holi, people make huge Holika bonfires and sing and dance around it. Dussehra, also referred to as Vijayadashami, is also among the most famous festivals of India in Hindu religion. It is celebrated in different forms of countrywide. Ramlila (enactment of scenes from Ramayana) is held everywhere for 10 days. Navratri is one of the most important festivals of India. This festival is celebrated by all people throughout India in different ways.
 Objectives: To compare the four festivals
Set I: Ho: All columns are same.
H1: Any one of them is different.
Set II: Ho: All rows are same.
H1: Any one of them is different.
 Data Collection: Data was collected and students were told to survey the data and rate out of 10. One way ANOVA is carried out to analyses the survey.

 Data Analysis:
ANOVA Column1 Column2 Column3 Column4 Column5 Column6
Source of Variation SS df MS F P-value F crit
Between Groups 26628.413 4 6657.1033 107.35982 2.484E-56 2.4022485
Within Groups 18292.183 295 62.007401

Total 44920.597 299

The above table is ANOVA table. This table tell us the variance between group and within group.
DF: Degree of Freedom
SS: Sum of Square
SOV: Source of Variance
 Conclusion: Any one of them is different.

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