# Web Activities

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#### Conduct a two-way ANOVA

Go to this website: http://vassarstats.net/anova2u.html

Ask your students to categorize themselves into one of two groups: My finances do control my life OR my finances do not control my life. Then have them also report their gender. Finally, have the students report how much stress they have felt in the past month (0 = no stress at all; 10 = a lot of stress). Have the class enter their data into the above calculator and conduct two-way, or two-factor, ANOVA for independent means.

#### Conduct a two-way ANOVA

Go to this website: http://vassarstats.net/anova2u.html

Ask your students to categorize themselves into one of two groups: Extravert OR Introvert. Then have them also report their gender. Finally, have the students report how much background noise bothers them when they try to study (0 = not at all; 10 = a lot). Have the class enter their data into the above calculator and conduct two-way, or two-factor, ANOVA for independent means.

#### Think of a simple question that you can post on social media to determine how much categorical information explains an outcome you are interested in measuring

Go to this website: http://vassarstats.net/anova2u.html

Think about a three simple question you could ask your friends through social media. Before you ask the question, you will need to think of two questions that allows people to be categorized easily into two group (typically, demographic variables are the simplest) and provide an answer to a question that can be measured and quantified (e.g., you can compute the mean). Then, post you question online. Using the data your friends report, conduct two-way, or two-factor, ANOVA for independent means.