Exercise 11 Analysis - 1. See attached table. After...

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1. See attached table. After applying the Wilcox Signed Rank Test it was possible to determine that the results are not statistically significant, thus the null hypothesis cannot be rejected in both cases of own nest vs. foreign nest and own nest vs. non-nest. 2. See attached table. Again after applying the statistical procedure it was possible to conclude that the null hypothesis cannot be rejected since the analyses showed not statistical significance. *See attached table. In the experiment involving the home soil vs. non-nest soil (undercover), the WSR test analysis showed that the ants demonstrated a statistically significant so the null hypothesis can be rejected in this case. 3. The results did not show that the exercise supported the hypothesis when it came down to comparing soil 1 vs. 3 and 2 vs. 4, thus there were not any differences between the two comparisons. Although it did show when the soils 1 vs. 3 were done covered, there was a difference between both of them. 4.
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This note was uploaded on 05/06/2010 for the course BIO 206L taught by Professor Unknown during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Exercise 11 Analysis - 1. See attached table. After...

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