by user219200
Last Updated September 19, 2018 23:19 PM - source

I am learning to use Python for my statistical analyses, and while figuring out how to perform a 2-way ANOVA with statsmodels I found that my Python code yielded slightly aberrant values. Comparing the outputs you can see that the SS_Factor_1 values, and the Adjusted R2 are different for Python vs SPSS/Graphpad. Is this because of a mistake in my code, or some other reason? Are these differences due to something inherent in each software and so small I should just ignore them?

**Python code:**

```
formula = 'dependent_variable ~ C(factor_1) * C(factor_2)'
model = ols(formula, data=df_freq_time).fit()
aov_table = anova_lm(model, typ=2)
aov_table
```

**Python output:**

Also R2 = 0.722, and adj R2 = 0.694

**SPSS 2-way ANOVA results:**

**Graphpad Prism 2-way ANOVA results:**

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