One-way ANOVA is the statistical procedure to test the equality of k independent population means. This comherensive tutorial includes Box-Cox transformation for non-normal and heteroscedastic data to use one-way ANOVA. Find out how to apply one-way ANOVA for non-normal and heteroscedastic data in R.

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