**ANOVA** or **Analysis of Variance**, is an amalgamation of multiple statistical models to find the differences in means within or between groups. Users can use multiple components of an **ANOVA Analysis** to interpret the results in **Microsoft Excel**. In this article, I will try to explain 2 easy methods on **how to apply rows per sample ANOVA in Excel**. If you are looking for simple and efficient ways to apply rows per sample **ANOVA**, I hope this article will be helpful for you.

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## 2 Easy Methods to Apply Rows Per Sample ANOVA in Excel

In order to perform analysis with two independent variables, we can apply **Two-Way ANOVA **feature. There are also two kinds of it. They are,

- Two-Way ANOVA With Replication
- Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication

**ANOVA With Replication** is more powerful than **ANOVA Without Replication**, meaning that it is more likely to detect a difference between the means of two groups, even if that difference is small. This is because replication provides more information about the variability of the data, which allows for more precise estimation of the population parameters.

**Enable Data Analysis ToolPak**

In order to apply **Two-Way ANOVA**, we need to able the **Data Analysis **feature first. If you don’t find the **Data Analysis **feature under the **Data **tab, you just need to follow the following steps to have it.

** Steps**:

- Go to the
**File**tab. - From there, choose
**Options**.

As a result, the **Excel Options** dialog will emerge.

- Then, go to the
**Add-ins**option. - After that, click
**Excel Add-ins**from the**Manage**drop-down. - Subsequently, press
**Go**.

Consequently, the Add-ins dialog box will pop out.

- From there, check the box for
**Analysis ToolPak**. - Afterward, press
**OK**.

Thus, we can have the **Data Analysis **feature under the **Data **tab.

### 1. Use Rows Per Sample in Two-Way ANOVA With Replication

**ANOVA: Two-Factor With Replication** evaluates the difference between the means of more than two groups. Let’s follow the steps mentioned below to execute it..

__Step 1__: Organise a Dataset to Interpret Two-Way ANOVA with Replication

It is a first and foremost task to have an organised dataset in order to Interpret **Two-Way ANOVA with Replication**. Here, I have taken a purpose to analyze data between **Public **and **Private **universities’ results in online, offline, and combined ways. For this reason, I have organized their results in **University**, **Online**, **Offline**, and **Combined **columns.

__Step 2__: Apply Two-Way ANOVA with Replication

- Go to the
**Data**tab first. - Then, click on the
**Data Analysis**feature from the ribbon.

A **Data Analysis **wizard will appear.

- Pick
**Anova: Two-Factor With Replication**from the available options under**Analysis Tools**. - After that, click on
**OK**.

- Afterward, I defined the range in the
**Input Range**section and the number of rows in**Rows per sample**. - I also added the output location from
**Output options**. - Finally, press
**OK**to finish the process.

Now, we can see the output on the defined location.

__Step 3__: Summary Statistics

From the modified output, we can see the results of **Count**, **Sum**, **Average**, and **Variance **for overall, private and public universities.

Here, the most important parameter is the **P-value**. As the **P-value **is greater than **0.05**, we can say that These variables can not reject **Null Hypothesis**.

**Read More:** **How to Do Two Way ANOVA in Excel (With Easy Steps)**

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### 2. Apply Rows Per Sample in Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication

The **Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication** is used to test for the existence of a significant difference in means between two groups when there are only two groups and when there is only one observation per group. The whole process is described in the following section.

__Step 1__: Organise a Dataset to Interpret Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication

Having an organised dataset is the first criterion here. I have organised the data of a term result in **Name**, **Physics**, **Chemistry**, and **Math **sections.

__Step 2__: Apply Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication

- To apply
**Two-Way ANOVA Without Replication**, go to the**Data**tab first. - Then, click on the
**Data Analysis**feature from the ribbon.

A **Data Analysis **wizard will appear.

- from the available options under
**Analysis Tools**, pick**Anova: Two-Factor Without Replication**. - After that, click on
**OK**.

- Followingly, define the range in the
**Input Range**section. - Check the
**Labels**box. - Choose an output location from
**Output options**. - Finally, press
**OK**to finish the process

Now, we can see the output on the defined location.

__Step 3__: Summary Statistics

we can see the **Count**, **Sum**, **Average**, **Variance **results in the output section for every student as well as on subjects.

Here, the **P-value **is greater than **0.05**. So, we can say that these variables can not reject **Null Hypothesis**.

**Read More:** **Two Way ANOVA in Excel with Unequal Sample Size (2 Examples)**

## Conclusion

At the end of this article, I like to add that I have tried to explain 2 easy methods on **how to apply rows per sample ANOVA in Excel**. It will be a matter of great pleasure for me if this article could help any Excel user even a little. For any further queries, comment below. You can visit our site for more articles about using Excel.

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