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    Hi all,

    I'm currently conducting research at a radiology department. The setup of our research is that we let 2 radiologists indicate their preference for a scan (either the left of the right scan) with the scan information etc. hidden.

    We want to show that the preference for 1 type of scan is significantly different compared to the other type. My question is, what is the best statistical way to show this?

    I was thinking about using the Chi-square goodness of fit test, but haven't really come across this test in articles. Perhaps you have additional suggestions?

    Thanks for your time.

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    Re: Chi-square goodness of fit test


    hi,
    the simplest way would be to just calculate the percent left scans, say, and do a one sample p test against 50%

    regards

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