Minitab 11

# Minitab 11 - X is either-1 for left tailed test 0 for two...

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For MINITAB 11: If your data is in C1 and C2, you have several choices for commands in MINITAB to do the paired difference hypothesis test: Option 1: MTB> Let C3 = C1 C2 If you are doing a one tailed test, you need to determine based on the problem whether you are doing a right tailed test or a left-tailed test. The other commands will be: MTB> onet c3 SUBC> test 0; SUBC>alternative X . ( X is either -1 for left tailed test, 0 for two tailed test, 1 for right tailed test) Option 2: MTB> paired C1 C2; SUBC> test 0; SUBC>alternative X .
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Unformatted text preview: ( X is either -1 for left tailed test, 0 for two tailed test, 1 for right tailed test) (Remember that paired C1 C2 means MINITAB will take the difference to be C1-C2) Option 3: MTB> paired C1 C2; SUBC> Confidence Y ; SUBC>alternative X . ( Y is going to be (1 – in a two tailed test, Y is (1 – *2)*100 for a one tailed test – that is right or left tailed test) ( X is either -1 for left tailed test, 0 for two tailed test, 1 for right tailed test) (Remember that paired C1 C2 means MINITAB will take the difference to be C1-C2)...
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