Don’t worry, if your children don’t like to eat fruits and vegetables. You have only to involve them in cooking or food preparation classes to increase their taste and willingness for these things. Continue reading How to improve children’s taste for healthy food?
Elementary school lesson plans focused on healthy eating and physical activity delivered by older children to younger students appear effective at reducing waist size and improving knowledge of healthy living behaviors, according to a study by Robert G. Santos, Ph.D., of the Healthy Child Manitoba Office and the University of Manitoba, Canada, and colleagues.
Schools can be a good place to promote healthy living behaviors in children, and peer mentoring is a strategy for changing behavior in children, according to the study background.
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Today, I have collected some information from the field of astronomy. Hopefully, you will like it.
Quasars can emit energy that is hundreds to thousands of times the entire energy output of our galaxy. (Source: Best picture of quasar 3C 273 by NASA – (MNIDSP/Part-1) SayPeople.com)
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Error code “404”, “fail” and “Hashtag” are among the top words in the year 2013, according to a research from The Global Language Monitor (GLM). I wish, “success” would be the top word during all the coming years. Continue reading Error code “404” and “fail” are the top words in 2013
R is an open source statistics program requiring knowledge of computer programming. It can be obtained from the following sources:
- http://cran.r-project.org/bin/windows/base/ (Windows)
- http://cran.r-project.org/bin/macosx/ (Mac)
- http://cran.r-project.org/ (Linux)
Here, I have presented the step by step guide to do Analysis of Variance test, commonly called ANOVA, using Factorial Design in R software. Factorial design considers more than one factors and the test subjects are assigned to treatment levels of every factor combinations at random.
R software screenshot is shown below:
Continue reading Step-by-step tutorial for doing ANOVA test using Factorial Design in R software