Table 2.

Statistical table of all analyses

Data structureType of testTest values and power
Fig. 2AN/AFisher’s exact testp = 0.0386
Fig. 2B, two monthsAll but one group normally distributed (D7 WT)Repeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsDays in cage: F(2,56) = 20.11, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,28) = 0.0007, p = 0.9798; interaction: F(2,56) = 0.0260, p = 0.9743
Fig. 2B, four monthsAll groups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsDays in cage: F(2,56) = 6.050, p = 0.0042; genotype: F(1,28) = 0.08113, p = 0.7779; interaction: F(2,56) = 0.4340, p = 0.6501
Fig. 2B, six monthsAll groups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsDays in cage: F(2,56) = 3.936, p = 0.0252; genotype: F(1,28) = 0.2267, p = 0.6376; interaction: F(2,56) = 0.3738, p = 0.6898
Fig. 2C (log transform)All but one group (six-month YAC128) normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVAAge: F(2,84) = 4.803, p = 0.0106; genotype: F(1,84) = 0.1089, p = 0.7422; interaction: F(2,84) = 0.5332, p = 0.5887
Fig. 2D, two monthsNormal distribution, equal variancesStudent’s t testt(28) = 0.7433, p = 0.4635
Fig. 2D, four monthsNon-normal distributionMann-Whitney testU = 94, p = 0.4659
Fig. 2D, six monthsNon-normal distributionMann-Whitney testU = 107, p = 0.9665
Fig. 2D, WTNon-normal distributionKruskal-Wallis Test with Dunn’s post hoc testsH = 15.22, p = 0.0005
Fig. 2D, YAC128Non-normal distributionKruskal-Wallis Test with Dunn’s post hoc testsH = 13.50, p = 0.0012
Fig. 3BGroups normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVAAge: F(2,84) = 2.945, p = 0.0580; genotype: F(1,84) = 4.772, p = 0.0317; interaction: F(2,84) = 0.2492, p = 0.7800
Fig. 3CGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVAHour of day: F(23,644) = 86.51, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,28) = -0.3218, p > 0.9999; interaction: F(23,644) = 0.7632, p = 0.7788
Fig. 3DGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsHour of day: F(23,598) = 56.36, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,26) = 0.0, p > 0.9999; interaction: F(23,598) = 2.296, p = 0.0006
Fig. 3EGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsHour of day: F(23,644) = 43.87, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,28) = 0.8750, p = 0.3576; interaction: F(23,644) = 1.911, p = 0.0066
Fig. 4AGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsTrial number: F(20,500) = 70.42, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1, 25) = 6.367, p = 0.0184; interaction: F(20,500) = 5.321, p < 0.0001
Fig. 4BGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVATrial number: F(20,460) = 115.8, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,23) = 0.02924, p = 0.8657; interaction: F(20,460) = 0.6740, p = 0.8528
Fig. 4CGroups normally distributedRepeated measures two-way ANOVATrial number: F(20,520) = 115.7, p < 0.0001; genotype: F(1,26) = 0.2737, p = 0.6053; interaction: F(20,520) = 1.336, p = 0.1497
Fig. 4DN/AFisher’s exact testp = 0.7292
Fig. 4EGroups normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVAAge: F(2,74) = 2.753, p = 0.0703; genotype: F(1,74) = 2.002, p = 0.1613; interaction: F(2,74) = 1.504, p = 0.2290
Fig. 5EGroups normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsAge: F(2,64) = 3.193, p = 0.0477; genotype: F(1,64) = 2.798, p = 0.0993; interaction: F(2,64) = 2.522, p = 0.0883
Fig. 5FAll but one group (two-month YAC128) normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsAge: F(2,64) = 0.8329, p = 0.4395; genotype: F(1,64) = 3.837, p = 0.0545; interaction: F(2,64) = 6.309, p = 0.0032
Fig. 5GGroups normally distributed, equal variancesTwo-way ANOVA with Bonferroni post hoc testsAge: F(2,64) = 1.188, p = 0.3113; genotype: F(1,64) = 2.193, p = 0.1435; interaction: F(2,64) = 3.381, p = 0.0402