- n. statistics Student's t-test
“One-way ANOVA and Student's t-test (two-tailed) were performed to examine the relationship between coping strategies, quality-of-life, and disease severity.”
“Statistical analysis was performed by the Kaplan-Meier survival curve and paired Student's t-test.”
“Of the sixteen funds studied, only one fund manager evidenced skill based on a statistical test (the t-test) which determines if the fund's outperformance was really attributable to skill (with a 95 percent or higher probability) or if it could be explained by luck.”
“You should have read my last post where I wrote that it was a t-test of the "difference between periods.”
“Black and grey symbols indicate that means differ significantly from 100% (PP0. 05, respectively; two-tailed t-test).”
“Someone should do a t-test or something to see if there is a statistical difference in this fact:”
“Someone should do a t-test or something to see if there is a statistical difference”
“Also, t-tests should only be used when the scale of measurement employed in assigning 'numbers' is interval or ratio scale data; yours appears to be ordinal.um.. the t-test was applied to the majority numbers themselves, not the rankings derived from them.”
“However, disclaimer: The t-test is only strictly valid for normally distributed populations.”
“The t-test examines the difference between two means that presumably are on a Gaussian sampling distribution yours are not, and thus makes no sense.”
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