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I am trying to do a two way anova. Here is my data. I do

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I am trying to do a two way anova. Here is my data. I do data analysis, two way with replicate, and input entire thing. I think my number samples is 3. I want alpha at .05, and then do my output. It keeps saying input has non numeric data. Whats wrong? How do I fix this
DO S pH
High 18 Acidic
18 Acidic
20 Acidic
High 24 Basic
25 Basic
30 Basic
Medium 6 Acidic
11 Acidic
6 Acidic
Medium 21 Basic
22 Basic
22 Basic
Low 2 Acidic
6 Acidic
2 Acidic
Low 13 Basic
16 Basic
17 Basic
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Microsoft Office
Expert:  Russell H. replied 1 year ago.

Hi, thank you for contacting JustAnswer.com. My name is Russell. I will do my best to provide the right answer to your question.

If the error message says, 'non-numeric data', then you have strings (i.e. letter-and-space sequences) or other non-numeric data present for sure, in some field referenced by your script, program, or procedure.

The cure is either to state the non-numeric data as 'typed' i.e. to state its data type, e.g. String, etc. Somewhat in this fashion, vaguely:

String phvalue1 = "Acidic";

(I am using somewhat Java-like syntax in that statement.)

...or the other cure, is to not reference the non-numeric or String-type data, in your calculations.