I am using Excel and the command is as follows
Data > Data Analysis > Anova : Single factor > select the data > ok
OUTPUT
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Anova: Single Factor | |||||
SUMMARY | |||||
Groups | Count | Sum | Average | Variance | |
BU | 6 | 139 | 23.16667 | 5.366667 | |
BLU | 6 | 144 | 24 | 2.8 | |
TC | 6 | 149 | 24.83333 | 5.366667 | |
ANOVA | |||||
Source of Variation | SS | df | MS | F | P-value |
Between Groups | 8.333333 | 2 | 4.166667 | 0.92 | 0.419 |
Within Groups | 67.66667 | 15 | 4.511111 | ||
Total | 76 | 17 |
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F = 0.92
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P-value = 0.419
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