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Unformatted text preview: Nonparametric Statistics Compare two categories of the independent variable = MannWhitney If more than 2 categories of the independent variable = Kruskal Wallis If independent variable measured repeatedly in same individuals over time = Friedman • Continuous o Linear association = Correlation (r) Is your sample size sufficient and data normally distributed (parametric)? = Pearson’s correlation Is your sample size small or data skewed (nonparametric)? = Spearman’s ranks o Predict how one variable determines the value of the other = Regression Analysis (r 2 ) Linear relationship = Regression equation (y=mx+b, m=slope) & significance test (slope differs from 0) Nonlinear relationship = Polynomial equation Multiple variables = Multiple Regression...
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 Spring '10
 BrandiVanRoo
 Statistics, ndependent variable, ependent Variable, theoretical expected ratio, equation Mul tiple

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