1. LostLizzy

    I am so lost about what test to use... Help!

    I am in the process of comparing the difference in times to complete a task between two groups... I thought that a two-sample T-test would be best but I am rubbish and keep second-guessing myself! HELP! o_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_Oo_O
  2. S

    Which stats should I apply on my research data? Confused!

    Hi, I need to know which stats should I apply to my research data. My research data contains four groups of animals. Each groups milk was tested for a particular chemical presence for four weeks. So I have three things which are 4 groups of animals, chemical presence in milk and weeks. Should I...
  3. Z

    Difficulty in choosing the ideal target group? Any Suggestions.

    Hi, I am trying to study the prospects of Internet banking in one of the states in India. I have constructed the research model and have seven variables in the research model. I have clear understanding about how the data would be analysed. The questionnaire is also prepared and administering...
  4. L

    Struggling to select right stats test.

    Hi there folks, I'm fairly new to science, love the learning, daunted by the statistics. I've recently finished a summer-long experiment in the lab, and am trying to write it up, but every time I think I've picked the right statistical analysis to run on the data I get cold feet and become...
  5. M

    Tricky problem about 9 houses

    Ace Home Inspectors inspect nine houses each business day. Because AHI has been keeping records for several years they know that the probability of all nine houses passing inspection in a single day is 70%, the probability of eight houses passing on a single day is 20%, of seven houses...
  6. L

    Needing a bit of help with sample sizes :)

    Hello, I'm new here so apologies if this is a simple question, I have tried a search online and here, but I'm am rather stuck. I am trying to do a sample size calculation for a multiple pairwise comparison. Within my study, participants are given three types of candy (A, B, and C)...