Applications of and Conditions for Using Statistical Tables-ECO6416

Applications of and Conditions for Using Statistical Tables-ECO6416

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Applications of and Conditions for Using Statistical Tables A problem with almost all statistical textbooks is that they not only do not provide information to understand connections between statistical tables. Students often ask: Why T- table values with d.f.=1 are much larger compared with other d.f. values? Some tables are limited, what should I do when the sample size is too large? How can I get familiarity with tables and their differences. Is there any type of integration among tables? Are there any connections between test of hypotheses and confidence interval under different scenario, for example testing with respect to one, two more than two populations? And so on. The following Figure demonstrates useful relationships among common statistical tables: Click on the image to enlarge it and THEN print it. Relationships Among Common Statistical Tables with Their Applications Some widely used applications of the popular statistical tables can be categorized as follows: T - Table: 1. Single Population µ Test . 2.
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This note was uploaded on 10/04/2011 for the course ECO 6416 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Applications of and Conditions for Using Statistical Tables-ECO6416

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