The two-way ANOVA is one of the most used experimental designs in statistics. A program is described in this paper which requires the input of each piece of data only once. The calculator computes the means of all rows and columns, the complete ANOVA including F-tests, the components of variance, and the coefficient of variation. An unlimited number of rows and up to ten columns can be handled by this program, which was written for the Hewlett Packard 97 programmable “pocket” calculator.
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Evenson, Paul, "Calculation of the Two-Way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Using a Programable "Pocket" Calculator" (1978). Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletins (1939-2011). 53.