K-Way Input Page

Enter the data in the textarea provided below, or input file containing the data. The input format is Y i j k etc, where Y is the response associated with the ith level of the first factor, the jth level of the second factor and the kth level of the third factor, etc. Note, the design does not have to be balanced. In the output, the factors will be referred to as fac 1, fac 2, etc. These names will also be used to indicate what the test of hypothesis is testing. An example of a three-way is provided below the submit button.
Data Input
File containing data for analysis:
Enter labels for the factors, separated by a space:
Cell Locations Based On:
Cell Medians
Hodges-Lehmann type Estimate
Residual Plots Available:
R Fits vs R Residuals
Boxplot, Dotplot and Histogram of R Residuals
Q-Q Plot of R Residuals Quantile:
Studentized Residual Plots Available:
R Fits vs R Studentized Residuals
Boxplot, Dotplot and Histogram of R Studentized Residuals
Q-Q Plot of R Studentized Residuals Quantile:
Example input data set:
24 1 1 1
29 1 1 1
25 1 1 1
20 1 1 2
22 1 1 2
18 1 1 2
15 1 2 1
15 1 2 1
12 1 2 1
16 1 2 2
9 1 2 2
11 1 2 2
18 2 1 1
19 2 1 1
23 2 1 1
15 2 1 2
10 2 1 2
11 2 1 2
15 2 2 1
20 2 2 1
13 2 2 1
10 2 2 2
14 2 2 2
6 2 2 2

There are three factors, each factor has two levels and there are three observations per factor level combination. The observations per factor level combination are listed in the table below.
Factor AFactor BFactor C Observations
11 124, 29, 25
11 220, 22, 18
12 115, 15, 12
12 216, 9, 11
21 118, 19, 23
21 215, 10, 11
22 115, 20, 13
22 210, 14, 6