Parametric and Non-parametric tests

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Independent samples t-test.
Compares two means of two sets of data from two different samples.
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Paired sample t-test.
Compares two means from the same sample.
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Chi-square (Goodness of fit).
Used to answer questions about the proportions of a population distribution.
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Chi-square (Test of independence).
Tests to see if two variables are independent or associated.
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Mann Whitney U.
Measures differences between two unrelated data samples.
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Wilcoxon Signed-rank test.
Looks at differences between two treatments of the same participant group.
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Kruskwal-Wallis test.
Measures differences between three or more groups.
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Friedman's test.
Compares differences between three or more treatments of the same participant group.
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Binomial test.
Tests to see if two categories are related or independent.
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Sign test.
Compares two conditions in a repeated measures design.
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Compares two means from the same sample.

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Paired sample t-test.

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Used to answer questions about the proportions of a population distribution.

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Tests to see if two variables are independent or associated.

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Measures differences between two unrelated data samples.

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