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Need help determining which statistical test to use
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Fri, 17 Nov 2017 15:31:55 GMTI've been struggling to answer the results part for our experimental paper for weeks. I'm working part-time and none of my groupmates have enough experience to switch parts with me. Sadly, I've tried using Mcnemar's test and two-way anova for dependent groups but I'm uncertain that I'm correct. This table attached in the image represents data taken from one group tested at two conditions for touch point threshold, with JND starting from 0-50mm and JUD from 50-0mm. Our purpose for the experiment is to determine which part is most sensitive to touch. I'm guessing the palm is, however I still need to present a statistical test for my experiment paper.