By default, plots are included in the results. These plots are determined by the options that
you select. Here are some of the plots that you can create:
n By selecting the options in the Location Differences section, you can create a box plot of
Wilcoxon scores, a stacked bar chart showing frequencies above or below the overall
median, a box plot of Van der Waerden scores, and a box plot of Savage scores.
n By selecting the options in the Scale Differences section, you can create a box plot of
Ansari-Bradley scores, a box plot of Klotz scores, a box plot of Mood scores, and a box plot
of Siegel-Tukey scores.
n By selecting the options in the Location and Scale Differences section, you can create a
box plot of Conover scores.
n By selecting the Empirical distribution function tests, including Kolmogorov-Smirnov
and Cramer-von Mises tests option, you can create a plot of the empirical distribution test.
You can specify whether to display the p-values in the plot.
To suppress the plots from the results, select the Suppress plots check box.
specifies whether to calculate only the asymptotic tests or both the
asymptotic tests and exact tests for the various analyses.
ranks of the observations.
equals 1 for observations greater than the median and 0 otherwise.
Van der Waerden
the quantiles of a standard normal distribution. These scores are also
known as quantile normal scores.
the expected values of order statistics from the exponential distribution
with 1 subtracted to center the scores around 0.
similar to the Siegel-Tukey scores, but assigns the same scores to
corresponding extreme ranks.
the squares of the Van der Waerden (or quantile normal) scores.
Nonparametric One-Way ANOVA Task