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1. ### Help selecting test

Thank you Arch, i did in the second pic what i thought was a paired t test and was enough? Please find attached the excel file- if you could reply also with an explanation so i actually know what on earth im looking at! Have a meeting with my tutor about this on wednesday so need to look like i...
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So T test is appropriate? Ive done paired t tests for the differences before and after training and obtained a value but doesnt this just tell me the relationship between each other and not in relation to the vets score? So it would tell me that the two data sets are different from each other...
3. ### Help selecting test

I thought of an unpaired t test as the owners do not know what the vet thinks their pets BCS is until after the survey so the owners wont have any biased data or any influence
4. ### Help selecting test

So I have 100 sets of data, and the access to graphpad prism 7.0. My initial impression was to perform unpaired t test between the vets score and the pre/post advice but just the differences so making the vets score 0 and only the difference for pre and post (1,2,3 (no +/- differences)) and then...
5. ### Help selecting test

So it’s called body condition score in cats. It’s on a scale of 1-9 so say a cat is a 6, the owner before advice guesses 4 but after advice they guess 7. I’d want to prove statistically that when advice is given, the owners are “better able” to body condition score (in the sense that the...
6. ### Help selecting test

Hi all, so im doing a research project and stuck on which statistical test to use. Essentially I want to prove that once people receive training, the difference between them and the control(professional) opinion is reduced. So i have data from people before they received training, and after they...
7. ### Stats help - uni project

Hi all, im currently at uni and need help doing some statistical analysis. So what my project is primary based about is around animals, we score their weight on a scale of 1-9 (called body condition score) where 9 would be obese and 1 would be super skinny. My project hypothesises that owners...