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    I am conducting a yearlong research project where I am testing a new medication, telithromycin, against 4 different types of bacteria. I will then compare its activity to that of another medication, levofloxacin, that is already known to work against these 4 bacteria. I have measured zones of inhibition for each medication vs. each bacteria in 6 trials (the first two trials have 1 repetition each while trials 3-6 have 3 repetitions each). I was wondering if you would be able to help me in statistically analyzing my data and determining which medication works better for each bacteria. I have attached my data tables.

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    I have seen your research data and for this I can suggest you to analyze the data using ANOVA table to confirm which ...

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