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# RMAOV1

### Antonio Trujillo-Ortiz (view profile)

28 Jul 2004 (Updated )

Repeated measures single-factor analysis of variance test.

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One-way repeated measures ANOVA is used to analyze the relationship between the independent variable and dependent variable. It is an extension of the correlated-groups t test, where the main advantage is controlling the disturbance variables or individual differences that could influence the dependent variable.

In contrast to the independent groups ANOVA (between-subjects), the repeated measures procedure is generally more powerful (ie. leads to a greater likelihood of rejecting a false null by hypothesis). Statistically, this is the case because unwanted variability (error) due to individual differences among participants can be quantified and removed from the denominator of the F-ratio. This procedure requires fewer participants, but it can give rise to research confounds such as order or practice effects and participant bias.

Total variability broken down into two components:
-Between subjects. Variability in scores due to individual differences among participants.
-Within subjects.
The within subjects variability is subdivided into the following components:
-Treatment. Variance among the treatment means (same as MS between in the independent groups ANOVA).
-Residual. Leftover or unwanted error variability (can be thought of an inconsistencies in the effects of the treatments across the participants).

It needs to input the X-data matrix (Size of matrix must be n-by-3;dependent variable=column 1, independent variable=column 2;subject=column 3) and the alpha- significance level (default = 0.05).

The output is a complete Analysis of Variance table and the strength of the relationship.

MATLAB release MATLAB 5.3 (R11)
21 Jan 2014 Antonio Trujillo-Ortiz

### Antonio Trujillo-Ortiz (view profile)

Hi Faith,
No. It does not support missing values.

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14 Jan 2014 Faith

### Faith (view profile)

Hi, does this function support missing values in the data?

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23 Nov 2012 Dario

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28 Sep 2011 Tobias Piechowiak

### Tobias Piechowiak (view profile)

Thanks for the effort!

22 Aug 2011 rui

### rui (view profile)

Hi guys, I posted a question of how to use this function (http://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/answers/14238-how-to-use-the-function-of-rmaov1-m-one-way-repeated-anova).
Hope some one can help me with this problem.

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31 Mar 2011 Sauro Salomoni

### Sauro Salomoni (view profile)

Thanks

Thank you for the code!
Any recommendation on how to do a pair wise comparison (multcompare) after doing this repeated measure 1 way anova?

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29 Nov 2009 David Allsop

### David Allsop (view profile)

Hi, I haven't yet tried using your function, I will rate it after I have used it. However I was wondering if somebody could explain to me whether it is possible for me to perform the following analyses with this function: (1) a priori contrasts (2 tailed) comparing mean scores between phase 1 vs phase 2 of experiment, then if that contrast comes out significant (2) examine the day X phase interaction term (each "Phase" has 7 days in it)...Just not sure this function will allow me to look at interactions like this.

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01 Nov 2007 Michael Hamman

My Dear Ji Cling,

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Best Wishes.

Mike

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01 Nov 2007 Ji Cling

Shame on you.

29 Apr 2007 Mimi Szeto

Is matlab supposed to have an fcdf function?

This isn't working for me because of that line on the code.
Any thoughts?

03 Nov 2006 SÃ¸ren Andersen

Being able to directly perform RM-ANOVAs in Matlab, instead of having to export data to a commerical statistics program greatly facilitates data analysis. A very useful function !

30 Dec 2004 Hao Qin

Very inspiring code!
The code could be made less complicated and faster by substituting the multiple eval commands with appropriate simpler commands.