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how do i turn off the anova1() display option?

Asked by john borsellino on 16 May 2013

anova1() outputs a table and boxplot for each anova performed... the manual says that i can turn this "display option" off but it does NOT say how... my original code is p(k)=anova1(Z) i need something like p(k)=anova1(Z, ,'off') % middle input,'group', is left blank(no groups)... i have tried a few variations but i keep getting error messages

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Answer by john borsellino on 16 May 2013
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one way to turn off the display for anova1

p(k)= anova1(Z) % original code line

change to

p(k)= anova1(Z,[],'off') % empty brackets tell matlab there are no groups...the 'off' references the display option and tells matlab to not show these tables and charts

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Answer by Tom Lane on 16 May 2013

Right idea but put an empty array between the commas:

anova1(Z,[],'off')

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john borsellino on 16 May 2013

i just found it myself thanks for your reply though...

john borsellino on 16 May 2013

i answered my own question...lol...am i actually learning matlab(==mindblown)

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