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Table 1 ANOVA statistics, in each anatomical region, for the main effects of apex position, rocker angle and also for the interaction

From: Optimisation of rocker sole footwear for prevention of first plantar ulcer: comparison of group-optimised and individually-selected footwear designs

  1st MTP 2–4 MTH Hallux
Apex Position F = 18.2, p < 0.001* F = 157.1, p < 0.001* F = 35.7, p < 0.001*
 52°-57° (−7.3, 3.5), p = 1.0 (−15.6, −9.1), p < 0.001* (−6.4, 3.2), p = 1.0
 52°-62° (−12.2, 1.9), p = 0.32 (−32.9, −20.7), p < 0.001* (−12.8, −1.3), p = 0.008*
 52°-67° (−23.4, −8.5), p < 0.001* (−39.0, −28.5), p < 0.001* (−28.4, −13.9), p < 0.001*
 57°-62° (−9.4, 2.9), p = 0.97 (−18.9, −9.7), p < 0.001* (−11.6, 0.6), p = 0.10
 57°-67° (−20.7, −7.3), p < 0.001* (−25.5, −17.2), p < 0.001* (−26.4, −12.7), p < 0.001*
 62°-67° (−15.7, −5.9), p < 0.001* (−10.5, −3.4), p < 0.001* (−19.8, −8.3), p < 0.001*
Rocker Angle F = 67.4, p < 0.001* F = 179.5, p < 0.001* F = 76.2, p < 0.001*
15°-20° (9.8, 16.0) (10.9, 14.7) (11.1, 17.6)
Interaction F = 1.5, p = 0.22 F = 19.1, p < 0.001* F = 1.0, p = 0.41
  1. Both the F-statistic and associated p-value have been reported. In addition, the 95% confidence intervals, and associated p-values, for the pairwise comparisons between different apex positions are included. Note that these p-values have been adjusted using a Bonferroni correction for multiple comparisons. All statistical differences (p < 0.01) have been marked with an *