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I have a ratio data, 4 different and increasing levels of abuse claimed by suspect (IV) and level of guilt assigned to suspect (DV). And then I have 2 sets of samples from 2 different regions.

So to test within each region, an ANOVA would be the most suitable option. I do assume this to be true, yes?

To compare the data from the 2 regions, my current idea is to just simply run a two tailed T-test for each level of abuse claimed by suspect between the 2 regions. Is there another method that would produce a more meaningful data? it just feels like an ANOVA and T-Test is too simple.

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