Based on Factorial ANOVA lectures: Part I 1. Select two explanatory (independent) variables (factors) from your dataset that comprise no more than eight different treatment combinations (if you need to collapse a variable to achieve the maximum of eight treatment combinations – ask your tutor for assistance). 2. Select a response (dependent) variable (a continuous variable) you find interesting. 3. For each treatment combination, randomly pick five replicates from your dataset (there will be a total of 40 observations if you have eight treatment combinations, for example) 4. In Part I of the project clearly state and describe/explain the two explanatory variables and the response variable you have selected. Present the observations (data) you randomly selected (there must be no more t
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