|Analysis of covariance (ANCOVA)
||compare one factors in 2 or more groups or correct for varability more than one variable
|Analysis of variance (ANOVA)
||a) statisitcal tool that compares two or more unknown population means; b) method for partitioning the total variation of the data into meaningful components, and comparing these different sources of variation (Kozak, A. et al., 2008)
||Mean, Median, Minimum, Maximum, Standard Deviation Graphical, Histogram, Scatterplot
||grouping smaller more uniform experimental units in order to place qualitative, ordinal or nominal level factors into categories (Kozak, A. et al., 2008).
||technique where treatments are grouped depending on their attributes to create different categories (Cluwer and Scarisbrick, 2001).
||test preformed after the null hypothesis is rejected to indicate which of the means are different (Kozak, A. et al., 2008).
||forestry machinary that is fitted with a cable drum to pull out cut trees from a site (forestsandrangelands.gov)