# What is a 2x3 design?

**design**is one involving two or more factors in a single experiment. So a 2x2 factorial will have two levels or two factors and a

**2x3**factorial will have three factors each at two levels.

Also, what is a 3x4 factorial design?

Numbering Notation. -number of numbers refers to total number of factors in **design** 2x2 = 2 factors. 2x2x2 = 3 factors. -the number values refer to the number of levels of each factor; **3x4** = 2 factors, one with 3 levels and one with 4 levels.

Likewise, what are the three types of factorial designs? In a **factorial design** the researcher can maipulate TWO OR MORE independent variables and measure their effects on an idependent variable. **Factorial designs** may be experimental, nonexperimental, quasi-experimental or mixed. We will begin the discussion with consdieration of experimetnal **factorial designs**.

Also question is, how many total conditions are there in a 2x3 design?

9.1. It's a **2x3 design**, so it should have 6 **conditions**. As you can see **there** are now 6 cells to measure the DV.

What does 2x3 Anova mean?

The **two-way ANOVA** compares the **mean** differences between groups that have been split on two independent variables (called factors). Note: If you have three independent variables rather than two, you need a three-way **ANOVA**. Alternatively, if you have a continuous covariate, you need a **two-way** ANCOVA.