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# How to Run ANOVA in SPSS

• The process of running  ANOVA in SPSS in easy and offers convenient. It helps people to instantly get the result they need. If you want to run a one way or two way ANOVA in SPSS, here are helpful steps that you need to do.

## Steps on How to Run ANOVA in SPSS: One Way ANOVA

• Click analyze > compare means> one way ANOVA
• A new screen will appear
• Transfer dependent variables to the depend list and transfer the independent variable to the Factor box with the use of appropriate buttons
• Click Posthoc button and check Tukey
• Click continue button
• Click options button, click on the descriptive checkbox in statistics area
• Click continue button
• Click OK.

## Steps on How to Run an Anova in SPSS

• Click analyze, click general linear model  and choose univariate
• A new dialog box will appear
• Transfer the dependent variables to the dependent variable box. Transfer independent variables to the fixed factor box
• Click plots button and you will be present to the UnivariateL Profile Plots
• Transfer the first independent variable to the factor box in a horizontal axis box. Transfer the other independent variable to the separate lines box
• You will be presented to another screen
• Click add button. You will see that your first independent variable is added on the plots box
• Click continue button and you will be returned to the Univariate dialog box
• Click Posthoc button and you see Univariate: Post Hoc Multiple Comparisons for Observed means box
• Transfer the first independent variable from factors box to Posthoc tests. You will be given a choice what posthoc test you want to use in Univariate