ing several continuous variables. The groups are in the same sample and the subjects can overlap.
Some of the continuous/scale variables are moderated/lower correlated or not correlated with each other.
1- Should I use ANOVA or MANOVA or some other method?
2- Is it okay to create a composed variable with all the combinations of the 3 groups using syntax? I excluded two of the combinations because they have only 1 or 0 subjects.
I’m sending one example output in SPSS with one-way ANOVA and MANOVA.
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