Represents a table containing the results of an ANOVA analysis.
Extreme.Numerics (in Extreme.Numerics.dll) Version: 8.1.1
public class AnovaTable : IEnumerable<AnovaRow>,
Public Class AnovaTable
Implements IEnumerable(Of AnovaRow), IEnumerable
public ref class AnovaTable : IEnumerable<AnovaRow^>,
type AnovaTable =
The AnovaTable type exposes the following members.
Use the AnovaTable class to represent an ANOVA table, which contains
the results of an Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) calculation or summarizes the results of a regression analysis.
The Rows property provides access to the rows in the table, which are of type
An ANOVA table has at least three rows:
- The ErrorRow gives information about the error or residual that remains once the model has been accounted for.
- The TotalRow gives information about the total variation in the data.
- One or more model rows give information about components of the model. Model rows can be accessed
through the GetModelRow(Int32) method.
Model rows are of a specialized type, AnovaModelRow, that provides properties and methods
to assess the significance of the component in the model.
The Rows collection has an indexer property that allows for easy access to individual rows.
The rows with index from 0 to ModelRowCount-1 correspond to model rows.
The row with index ModelRowCount corresponds to the ErrorRow.
The row with index ModelRowCount+1 corresponds to the TotalRow.
In addition, the CompleteModelRow property summarizes the contribution of the entire model.
This row is not part of the actual ta
AnovaTable objects are read-only. They are created and populated by the model object
whose results they represent.