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Aug 12, 2018  01:08 PM | Lucas Moro
ROI-to-ROI: confusion between t- and f-statistics
Dear Alfonso and All,

I couldn't find the right answer for this simplistic question. A ROI-to-ROI test (main panel, not going for "explore results") for repeated measures ANOVA with two groups (post>pre & group2> group 1; corresponding to 1 -1 and 1 -1) gives t-statistics. I thought ANOVA gives f-statistics. Which results should be reported for such a design?

Many thanks for a short clarification,
Greetings,
Lucas
Sep 7, 2018  04:09 PM | Lucas Moro
RE: ROI-to-ROI: confusion between t- and f-statistics
Dear All,

any help on that will be much appreciated. I am a bit confused why a typical ANOVA contrast gives t-values.

Greetings
Lucas

Originally posted by Lucas Moro:
Dear Alfonso and All,

I couldn't find the right answer for this simplistic question. A ROI-to-ROI test (main panel, not going for "explore results") for repeated measures ANOVA with two groups (post>pre & group2> group 1; corresponding to 1 -1 and 1 -1) gives t-statistics. I thought ANOVA gives f-statistics. Which results should be reported for such a design?

Many thanks for a short clarification,
Greetings,
Lucas