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Table 5 Significance of topographic tissue volume changes regarding absolute volume measurements (l) (n F = 12)

From: Characteristics, changes and influence of body composition during a 4486 km transcontinental ultramarathon: results from the Transeurope Footrace mobile whole body MRI-project

  Mauchly-Test Univariate ANOVAb Multivariate ANOVAc
(l) P value F value P value test power F value P value test power
TV a 0.000 20.162 0.000 0.999 5.758 0.020 0.828
TSV a 0.001 18.607 0.000 0.999 4.937 0.030 0.762
TVV a 0.000 21.516 0.000 0.999 8.678 0.007 0.952
TLT 0.516 1.209 0.322 0.307 - - -
SLT 0.516 1.209 0.322 0.307 - - -
TAT a 0.000 32.274 0.000 1.000 18.577 0.001 1.000
SAST a 0.000 32.692 0.000 1.000 15.624 0.001 0.998
VAT a 0.000 21.607 0.000 0.999 8.594 0.007 0.950
  1. amean differences are significant; b‘Greenhouse-Geisser’ correction procedure was used; cPillai-Spur, Wilks-Lambda, Hotelling-Spur and ‘biggest characteristical root of Roy.’ ANOVA, analysis of variance; SAST, somatic adipose soft tissue; SLT, somatic lean tissue; TAT, total adipose tissue; TLT, total lean tissue; TSV, total somatic volume; TVV, total visceral volume; VAT, visceral adipose tissue.
  2. Bold numbers mark the prefered P-value of the prevered ANOVA regarding sphericity assumption proven by Mauchly-Test.