A Yates analysis generates the following output.
- A factor identifier (from Yates order). The specific identifier will vary depending on the program used to generate the Yates analysis. Dataplot, for example, uses the following for a 3-factor model.
- 1 = factor 1
- 2 = factor 2
- 3 = factor 3
- 12 = interaction of factor 1 and factor 2
- 13 = interaction of factor 1 and factor 3
- 23 = interaction of factor 2 and factor 3
- 123 = interaction of factors 1, 2, and 3
- A ranked list of important factors. That is, least squares estimated factor effects ordered from largest in magnitude (most significant) to smallest in magnitude (least significant).
- A t-value for the individual factor effect estimates. The t-value is computed as
where e is the estimated factor effect and se is the standard deviation of the estimated factor effect.
- The residual standard deviation that results from the model with the single term only. That is, the residual standard deviation from the model
where Xi is the estimate of the ith factor or interaction effect.
- The cumulative residual standard deviation that results from the model using the current term plus all terms preceding that term. That is,
This consists of a monotonically decreasing set of residual standard deviations (indicating a better fit as the number of terms in the model increases). The first cumulative residual standard deviation is for the model
where the constant is the overall mean of the response variable. The last cumulative residual standard deviation is for the model
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This last model will have a residual standard deviation of zero.
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