I'm getting insignificant ANOVA results for my stats meaning i should reject the null hypothesis....does anyone know does this mean I should reject my results alltoghether or is it ok for a PhD to admit it didnt find any results unlike what it expected?
how would you explain that and is it allright to say so if it can be justified?
how do you justify not getting results?
thank you !
I found this quote for your situation:
"If facts conflict with a theory, either the theory must be changed or the facts.” - Spinoza
You may also want to see this video about Carl Sagan explaining the Scientific Method: http://youtu.be/Sj5TkVbGQLY
I hope these suggestions inspire you.
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