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    How Do I interpret this? M=5.99, SD=1.16, n+34, range =1 to 17




    what does this mean?

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    Re: How Do I interpret this? M=5.99, SD=1.16, n+34, range =1 to 17

    N (number of samples = 34)
    SD (Your standard deviation is 1.16)
    The range for values is 1-17 and M looks like it the test statistic.

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    Re: How Do I interpret this? M=5.99, SD=1.16, n+34, range =1 to 17

    Quote Originally Posted by bugman View Post
    N (number of samples = 34)
    SD (Your standard deviation is 1.16)
    The range for values is 1-17 and M looks like it the test statistic.

    Perhaps read this also before you post more questions: http://www.talkstats.com/showthread....avior-pays-off

    But, welcome to the forum.


    I think M could be mean or median, also (I'd suspect mean over median, but it probably depends on what's being measured).

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    Re: How Do I interpret this? M=5.99, SD=1.16, n+34, range =1 to 17


    Quote Originally Posted by ondansetron View Post
    I think M could be mean or median, also (I'd suspect mean over median, but it probably depends on what's being measured).
    Fair point. Hard to tell with so little info provided.
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