Non-Parametric_Statistics

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Non-Parametric Statistics
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Non-Parametric Statistics To date: Spearman’s rank-ordered correlation coefficient ~ use if one  or more of the variables are ordinal Sometimes the research questions is about  proportions or relative frequencies for a distribution Example: Is there a preference in the type of beer enjoyed by Capilano  U students? How does the number of women in law compare to that of  men given what we know of proportions in the United  States?
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Non-Parametric Statistics To answer these types of questions the most appropriate  statistic is: One-Way Chi-Square “goodness of fit” Hypothesis testing procedure that uses proportions obtained  from sample distributions (observed frequencies) to test  hypotheses about corresponding proportions in population  distribution (expected frequencies) Ho: Ha:
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Non-Parametric Statistics Question:
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This note was uploaded on 04/20/2010 for the course PSYCH 213 taught by Professor Allen during the Spring '10 term at Langara.

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