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Y . ) + (Yij - ( ~ i . 17 which is obviously an identity for any set of identifiable I x J numbers. In words, we can say: The deviation of each of IJ = N numbers from their grand average is equal to the deviation of its group average from the grand average plus its deviation from its group average. Squaring, summing, and recognizing that sums of deviations From means are always 0, we have This is the “one-way analysis of variance identity” since the data are grouped only by i. It is conceivably useful for judging whether the groups really differ in their means more than would be expected on the evidence of the scatter of individual observations around their group averages.
The general second-order equation is hardly ever a model derived from subject-matter knowIedge. Nearly always, as Box and Wilson 119511 suggested, it is equivalent to approximating theory by using the second-order terms in a Taylor series expansion of the true function about some point in a region judged to be approximable by these terms. 2. BOTH FACTORS HAVE NUMERICALLY SCALED LEVELS 35 proximable by a series whose coefficients are definite functions of the “real” parameters, but this case is not discussed here.
Where y;. means the average of all other values in row i, ylj means the average of all othcr values in column j , f . means the average of all values in neither. 4. ONE-CELL INTERACTION 41 randomized blocks, but seems to me more intelligible, easier to remember, and simpler to compute. It holds for any size of two-way layout. 0. Our sums ofsquares (Ss’s) are just 12 times those of Cochran and Cox sincc we have so far ignored the fact that each response is the sum of I 2 observatiotis. 56. 0 given on page I66 of the reference.