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Unequal Sample Sizes Heteroskedasticity Two Factors Using R
I have heteroskedastic data of unequal sample sizes and would like to run a two way welch ANOVA.
1.) Is this appropriate? Why or why not?
2.) How do you do this in r?
3.) What are other ways of dealing with this situation?