Published: Jan 2009
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Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) is a statistical method for studying differences between the mean scores of samples. ANOVA takes into account variance from different sources. When used to analyze “Just About Right” (JAR) scales, the source of variance is most often treatments and judges, so a two-way ANOVA is used.
Parker, Merry Jo
Food Perspectives, Plymouth, MN