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    Wilcoxon sign rank test and sample size




    In the Wilcoxon signed rank test, it uses the binomial distribution to calculate p-value for n<20. What would it use if greater/equal to 20?
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    Re: Wilcoxon sign rank test and sample size

    Also trying to figure out what SAS uses.
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