Date: Sat, 18 Dec 2010 07:45:40 -0800
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From: PetterBB <petter.b.brandtzaeg@GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Can I use time and gender as covariates in Ancova?
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Art Kendall, thanks, but I am not sure if I understand you.
Do you mean it is wrong to use ANCOVA in with my dataset? My main goal is to
check wether or not different user styles in social networking sites imply
different types of social capital, by using gender and age as covariates.
However, if I do the ANOVA the way you suggest, is this done by 2way ANOVA
or is it 1way? I am not sure how I can control for interaction effects in
ANOVA the way you are suggesting it? Do you have any good instructions in
how I can do this?
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