Case Code : CLMISC013
Publication date : 2011
Subject : Miscellaneous
Industry : Sports
Length : 04 Pages
Teaching Note: Available
Short Case Study Price: INR 100;
This case study describes how to analyze a business situation in an experimental design setup when we have two categorical explanatory variables and a quantitative outcome. The case takes a fictitious situation of different categories of cricket players being tested for their competence based on the format of the game.
Questions for Discussion:
1. What are the dependent and independent variables in this case?
2. What do you notice about the distribution of data among the three levels of Competence for each level of Situation?
3. What do you notice about the values of the means for the two levels of Situation across the three levels of Competence?
4. Do these results confirm the predictions of the GCC's investigating committee from inspection of the output using the Means procedure?
5. Relate these results to the experimental hypothesis on the performance of World Class players in the two different scenarios.
Experimental design, Factorial Design, Two-Way ANOVA, Cricket, T20, IPL
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