hypotheisis testing

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    Hvpotheses testing

    Hello, please give me instructions with testing the hypotheses: H1: No relationship between predicted and collected data for model 1. H2: No relationship between predicted and collected data for model 2. H1 is tested using predicted model 1 data (pm1) and collected data (cd). H2 is tested...
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    Test & Control File Selection - Help

    Hi all I hope all is great with everyone. I'm new on here so sorry to get straight down to my query and hope that someone might be able to point me in the right direction. Thank you. So: I have a prospects direct mail file and I'm testing a new message, (One change). To ensure it’s the...
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    Dependent Samples T-test - different formulas?

    I have a question regarding hypothesis testing when the samples are not independent. The formula I know for the test statistic for a paired samples t test is where you divide the mean difference by the standard error. I've come across another formula that instead subtracts the mean 'after'...
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    What statistical test enables me to test my hypothesis?

    Hi all, I really really need some help.. For my thesis, I examine the following research question and hypothesis: RQ: Has the use of Twitter been successful in creating public engagement in the Iran nuclear deal? H1: Multimedia tweets are more likely to create public engagement in...
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    Hypotheses Testing for Likert Scale data

    Hi In my study I have hypothesized the following: Top Management Support is a critical success factor on I.T. projects. Adequate Resourcing is a critical success factor on I.T. projects. Having a skilled team is a critical success factor on I.T. projects. Next I have asked these...
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    Hypothesis difficulty

    Let Y_{ij}=1 if the i^{\text{th}} child is classified as obese at the j^{\text{th}} occasion, and Y_{ij}=0 otherwise. The marginal probability of obesity at each occasion follows the logistic model log\frac{\Pr(Y_{ij}=1)}{\Pr(Y_{ij}=0)}=...
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    Coverage Probability

    Let U0 denotes intercept variance and U1 denotes slope variance. Given that the coverage rate for the intercept variance is 91% (U0) , and the coverage rate for the slope variance is 91.2% (U1) . Also nominal coverage rate is 95%. Then it is written that I have not understood from the...
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    Hypothesis testing - ttest difference in 1-tail versus 2-tail

    Hi, I am runnings some Ttests, and when I conduct a one-tailed test to see if Variable "a" is greater than Variable "b" the result says to reject the null hypothesis, but when I conduct a two-tailed test to see if Variable "a" is different than variable "b" the result says not to reject the...
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    Chi Square for Likert Scale in Single Sample

    Evening All, I do hope someone can shed some light on my fog of the chi square. I conducted a single sample survey using Likert Scale scored 1-5 (1=Strongly Agree to 5=Strongly Disagree) to survey employees in medical practices on leadership behaviors during a major transition. The goal was...
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    How do I prove asymmetry of random counters?

    I am doing computer simulation of a certain random process. During the simultaion I have eight counters arranged symmetrically on a circle. I suspect that counters 1,3,5,7 count significantly less than counters 2,4,6,8. For instance in one such simulation I got counts 2083149, 2082863...