BME100 s2014:W Group3 L2
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We performed an ANOVA test and got a p-value of 1.401 * 10^-16. Since it was an ANOVA test we performed a Bonferroni Correction on our alpha value to get a new alpha value of .00833. This was statistically significant since our p-value is lower than our alpha value.
Also a t-test between each comparison produced values ranging from .00003 to .000000018 which are all less than .00833 (our alpha level) so all comparisons are statistically significant. With an increase in dosage brought an increase in inflammotin levels which were all statistically proven correct.
The T-Test performed with the rats was not statistically significant while the ANOVA Test with humans was. This could be due to the larger sample size with humans or the fact that the humans were tested with much higher levels of the product. In humans, there was a consistent increase in inflammotin levels corresponding with an increase in dosage.