BlogAnalytics 2014-11-16 15:18:00

November 16, 2014

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                                                                     Hypothesis Testing

My another effort!

Added a new page for hypothesis testing. A new address though (

This simple page perform two tail, left tail, right tail hypothesis testing – either z- test or t-test based on the population or sample standard deviation available.

The simple dynamic normal chart annotates rejection regions as per selected alpha threshold (type – I error margin).and type of test. Test results provide p-value and critical values. However, plot gives a visual understanding to anyone not very close to stats.

The script is Shiny R only and deploying procedure same as my previous post.

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