# test

### Want to say one thing and the exact oppositive with strong confidence ?

March 15, 2011 |

No need to do politics. Just take a statistical course. And I do not talk about misinterpretation of statistics, but I talk about the mathematical foundations of statistical tests. Consider the following parametric test, with a one-dimensional para... [Read more...]

### The distribution of rho…

March 21, 2010 |

There was a post here about obtaining non-standard p-values for testing the correlation coefficient. The R-library SuppDists deals with this problem efficiently. library(SuppDists) plot(function(x)dPearson(x,N=23,rho=0.7),-1,1,ylim=c(0,10),ylab="density") plot(function(x)dPearson(x,N=23,rho=0),-1,1,add=TRUE,col="steelblue") plot(function(... [Read more...]

### Post hoc analysis for Friedman’s Test (R code)

February 22, 2010 |

My goal in this post is to give an overview of Friedman’s Test and then offer R code to perform post hoc analysis on Friedman’s Test results. (The R function can be downloaded from here) Preface: What is Friedman’s Test Friedman test is a non-parametric randomized block ...

### Show me the mean(ing)…

November 5, 2009 |

Well testing a bunch of samples for the largest population mean isn’t that common yet a simple test is at hand. Under the obvious title “The rank sum maximum test for the largest K population means” the test relies on the calculation of the sum of ranks under the ... [Read more...]

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