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The t Test for Two Independent Samples

The t Test for Two Independent Samples

The t Test for Two Independent Samples Compare means of two groups Experimental—treatment versus control Existing groups—males versus females Notation—subscripts indicate group M 1 , s 1 , n 1 M 2 , s 2 , n 2 Null and alternative hypotheses

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Robust Estimators

Robust Estimators

Robust Estimators. Estimating Population Parameters. The mean (X) and variance (s 2 ) are the descriptive statistics that are most commonly used to represent the data points of some sample.

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Sampling Distributions

Sampling Distributions

Sampling Distributions. Sample Statistic. Population Parameter. A Change in Emphasis. EDA … getting a feel for the data Inferential Statistics … use statistics to answer questions about parameters. The Key to Understanding Inference.

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Inference about Mean (σ Unknown)

Inference about Mean (σ Unknown)

Inference about Mean (σ Unknown). When σ is known, the sampling distribution for a sample mean is normal if conditions are satisfied.

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Section 4.4 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem

Section 4.4 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem

Section 4.4 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem. Transition from Data Analysis and Probability to Statistics. Warmup. You really like red M&M’s. MARS Corp. says that of the millions of M&M’s they make each day, 20% are red.

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Sampling error

Sampling error

Sampling error. Error that occurs in data due to the errors inherent in sampling from a population Population : the group of interest (e.g., all students at UIC) Sample : a subset of the population that is studied (i.e., people in this class) Symbols for making the distinction:

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The Central Limit Theorem

The Central Limit Theorem

The Central Limit Theorem. Honors Statistics Lesson 7.4. Objectives/Assignment. How to find sampling distributions and verify their properties How to interpret the Central Limit Theorem How to apply the Central Limit Theorem to find the probability of a sample mean. Introduction.

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Chapter 18 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem

Chapter 18 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem

Chapter 18 Sampling Distribution Models and the Central Limit Theorem. Transition from Data Analysis and Probability to Statistics. Probability:. Statistics:. From sample to the population (induction). From population to sample (deduction). Sampling Distributions.

By muniya
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Chapter 10

Chapter 10

Chapter 10. Hypothesis Testing Using Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). Basic Logic. ANOVA can be used in situations where the researcher is interested in the differences in sample means across three or more categories. Outline. The basic logic of ANOVA A sample problem applying ANOVA

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Using S imulation/Randomization to Introduce p-value in Week 1

Using S imulation/Randomization to Introduce p-value in Week 1

Using S imulation/Randomization to Introduce p-value in Week 1. Soma Roy Department of Statistics, Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo ICOTS9, Flagstaff – Arizona July 15, 2014. Overview. Background and Motivation Philosophy and Approach Course Materials Sample Examples/Explorations

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Assessment of Imprecise Reliability Using Efficient Probabilistic Reanalysis

Assessment of Imprecise Reliability Using Efficient Probabilistic Reanalysis

Assessment of Imprecise Reliability Using Efficient Probabilistic Reanalysis. Farizal Efstratios Nikolaidis SAE 2007 World Congress . Outline. Introduction Objective Approach Example Calculation of Upper and Lower Reliabilities of System with Dynamic Vibration Absorber Conclusion.

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Using SPSS for Chi Square

Using SPSS for Chi Square

Using SPSS for Chi Square. UDP 520 Lab 5 Lin Lin November 8 th , 2007. Outline . Dataset Review t-test Chi-square Exercise . BMI. Body mass index (BMI) is a measure of body fat based on height and weight that applies to both adult men and women. Under & normal weight: BMI <25

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The Practice of Statistics, 4 th edition – For AP* STARNES, YATES, MOORE

The Practice of Statistics, 4 th edition – For AP* STARNES, YATES, MOORE

Chapter 7: Sampling Distributions. Section 7.1 What is a Sampling Distribution?. The Practice of Statistics, 4 th edition – For AP* STARNES, YATES, MOORE. Chapter 7 Sampling Distributions. 7.1 What is a Sampling Distribution? 7.2 Sample Proportions 7.3 Sample Means.

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Things you need to know for 9.2

Things you need to know for 9.2

Things you need to know for 9.2. What is the mean and standard deviation for a binomial random variable? A binomial distribution is more or less mound-shaped and can be reasonably approximated by the normal distribution as long as….?

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A sampling distribution lists the possible values of a statistic (e.g., sample mean or sample proportion) and their pro

A sampling distribution lists the possible values of a statistic (e.g., sample mean or sample proportion) and their pro

A sampling distribution lists the possible values of a statistic (e.g., sample mean or sample proportion) and their probabilities. Example : y = 1 if favor legalized same-sex marriage y = 0 if oppose For possible samples of size n = 3, consider sample mean

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AAEC 4302 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH

AAEC 4302 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH

AAEC 4302 ADVANCED STATISTICAL METHODS IN AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH. Chapter 11: Sampling Theory in Regression Analysis. Statistical Inference.

By collin
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Chapter 4

Chapter 4

Chapter 4. Sampling Distributions. The Concept of Sampling Distributions. Parameter – numerical descriptive measure of a population. It is usually unknown Sample Statistic - numerical descriptive measure of a sample. It is usually known

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Chapter 12 Sampling Distributions

Chapter 12 Sampling Distributions

Chapter 12 Sampling Distributions . James Van Slyke Azusa Pacific University . Sampling Distributions. Review Population Sample Inferential Statistics. Sampling Distribution of the Mean. Definition Taking several samples from a population Computing the mean of each sample

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Chapter 9

Chapter 9

Chapter 9. Section 9.3 – Sample Means.

By janus
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Sampling Distribution Models

Sampling Distribution Models

Sampling Distribution Models. Ch. 18. Your Projects. They are all wrong. Your Response Variable. Categorical Variable. Quantitative Variable. You were trying to find: the actual mean for your population of interest the population parameter You actually found: the mean for your sample

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