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Performing the analysis of variance, you express each experimental outcome as the sum of three parts. Let xim be the mth observation from the ith level. Then each observation is written
where μ is a standard effect, called the overall mean.
αi is the effect of the ith level of the factor, which is the difference between the mean of the ith level αi and the overall mean
and εim is a random fluctuation.