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accepted How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution?
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comment What default theoretical distribution does Mathematica use in PearsonChiSquareTest?
thank you for your detailed and very helpful answer! I was unaware while conducting the tests, that while using NormDist[] it does directly use N(0,1), even though in retrospect it seems somehow logical :P.
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accepted What default theoretical distribution does Mathematica use in PearsonChiSquareTest?
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comment What default theoretical distribution does Mathematica use in PearsonChiSquareTest?
and: in the example given in the question, there is more evidence to reject the H0 "any normal dist" than H0 N(0,1)? this seems a little counter intuitive...
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accepted How to match two sets of data over 1 or more identifier, of unequal length?
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accepted Is there a function to calculate studentized range?
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comment Is there a function to calculate studentized range?
yes thank you apparently there is the ducan test directly. however, the calculation is simple and there seems to be no direct function, so i just leave it with the manual calcs.
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asked What default theoretical distribution does Mathematica use in PearsonChiSquareTest?
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asked Is there a function to calculate studentized range?
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revised How to solve for an Z-Score of a T-Distribution?
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revised Check in a series if there exists adjacent values with less than a certain number of missing values
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accepted How to efficiently Append a result of an operation on each element of a list to itself
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comment How to match two sets of data over 1 or more identifier, of unequal length?
yes i tried it, the thing is the data I need to access are saved in a Access Database.. somehow I couldn't establish a link to the ms access directly...
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asked How to match two sets of data over 1 or more identifier, of unequal length?