Using JMP for Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing

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Unformatted text preview: Using JMP for Confidence Intervals and Hypothesis Testing Note: JMP does not do z-based confidence intervals for the mean. One sample mean confidence interval using t: Enter data into a column in JMP. Select Analyze from the top menu, then Distribution. Select your variable. From the output page, select the red diamond next to the variable name to get a drop down menu. Select confidence interval and then the appropriate confidence level from the smaller pull down menu. One sample test for the mean (z or t test or Wilcoxon signed rank test): Enter data into a column in JMP. Select Analyze from the top menu, then Distribution. Select your variable. From the output page, select the red diamond next to the variable name to get a drop down menu. Select test mean. From the popup menu, enter the value for mu as the hypothesized mean. If you want to do a t test, leave everything else blank. If you want to do a z-test, enter the value for sigma in the second box. If you want to do a Wilcoxon test, leave the 2 nd box empty but check the box at the bottom of the menu. Two sample confidence interval and tests for the mean: Independent Samples...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2011 for the course STAT 4714 at Virginia Tech.

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