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Meggles is our Post of The Month winner voted by the community for the following post:

"my recent post and a comment from another user has made me realise that self care is so important.

I wanted to start a thread in the Health and Wellbeing section of the boards about self care.

Self care is provided by you, for you

I know a lot of us are struggling at the moment with different aspects of our own lives, and sometimes we get so lost in these we forget to take time for ourselves. This tread is, a Reminder to you to take time out for yourself during the difficult times.

down in the comments I would really love for people to share ideas and tips about self- care. to remind ourselves and others in the community.

My way of self care when i recognise ( or someone recognises i have neglected myself) is:

Take a walk and admire whats around me ( take as long as needed)
treat myself to a bath with a bathbomb and bubbles ( bubbles are important)
make a hot drink and just sit down with a film.

Please feel free to share your ideas!

The Mix have a guide to self-care which you can find here."
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Anyone here good at statistics?

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  • Anyone here good at statistics?

    Ive just performed a one-way anova test using excel

    However, i have no idea what these results tell me! I think i have to look up one of the values in a table but ive no idea which value to look up (P value or F value) and i also dont know where a table is to use

    So if anyone knows anything it would be greatly appreciated

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    For an f-table you need to know the degrees of freedom for the numerator and denominator to look up the critical value.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by minimi38
      For an f-table you need to know the degrees of freedom for the numerator and denominator to look up the critical value.
      it would appear i dont know what your talking about

      i'll attach a screenshot of my results

      so is it an F table that i need?
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      • #4
        You have the critical value for F so as the F-stat is less than the F-critical value it passes whatever hypothesis you have.

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