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Unformatted text preview: Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Michael Akritas Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods Introduction Nonparametric Methods The Nonparametric Contrast-Based Procedure Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. I The comparison of two populations is the simplest kind of comparative studies (Chapter 1). Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. I The comparison of two populations is the simplest kind of comparative studies (Chapter 1). I The mean and variance of population i , i = 1 , 2, are denoted by i , 2 i . Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. I The comparison of two populations is the simplest kind of comparative studies (Chapter 1). I The mean and variance of population i , i = 1 , 2, are denoted by i , 2 i . If the two populations are Bernoulli, then i = p i , and 2 i = p i (1- p i ). Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. I The comparison of two populations is the simplest kind of comparative studies (Chapter 1). I The mean and variance of population i , i = 1 , 2, are denoted by i , 2 i . If the two populations are Bernoulli, then i = p i , and 2 i = p i (1- p i ). I The comparison will be based on a simple r.s. from each of the two populations: X 11 ,..., X 1 n 1 from population 1, and X 21 ,..., X 2 n 2 from population 2. Michael Akritas Lectures 28 Chapter 10: Comparing Two Populations Outline Introduction Nonparametric Methods I Here we will use CIs and hypothesis testing for comparing two population means, and two population proportions. I The comparison of two populations is the simplest kind of comparative studies (Chapter 1)....
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