I'd like to know how MATLAB can be used to create an Anova table like this
from a data set like this:
11.44 14.93 12.00 12.54 16.85 8.21 11.21 9.67 8.55 9.87
15.76 13.86 14.27 14.72 13.90 7.08 9.97 12.29 11.34 14.21
10.15 9.51 12.28 15.27 12.98 9.42 8.70 10.18 13.94 11.10
The data form a 16 x 10 table. The full data set is in the attached file.
About the data: The data are from a 2 x 5 within-subjects factorial experiment with 16 participants. Each value is the measured entry speed (in words per minute) for a particular participant and test condition. There are 16 rows of data, one for each participant. There are 10 columns of data, one for each test conditions, as now described. The were two independent variables: Layout with 2 levels (Opti and Metropolis) and Trial with 5 levels (T1, T2, T3, T4, T5). The trial data are nested within the layout data. In other words, the layout data are in columns 1-5 (Opti) and 6-10 (Metropolis), and within each set are the data for the five trials.
About the Anova table: The Anova table was generated from this data set, but not using MATLAB.
I'm using MATLAB more and more these days for many analyses and I'm wondering if I can extend my use of MATLAB into the realm of hypothesis testing. Hence this question. Thanks in advance for your help.