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*<math></math> is the array of values to find the test statistic.
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Latest revision as of 13:19, 6 June 2018
- is the array of values to find the test statistic.
- is the value between 0 and 1.
- is either TRUE or FALSE.
- This function gives the Test statistic summary of FriedMan Test.
- Friedman's test is a nonparametric test that compares three or more paired groups.
- It is the alternative to ANOVA with repeated measures.
- It is used to test for differences between groups when the dependent variable being measured is ordinal.
- It can also be used for continuous data that has violated the assumptions necessary to run the one-way ANOVA with repeated measures.
- This test is simelar to the Kruskal Wallis test.
- The data of the Fried Man test having the following assumptions:
- 1. One group that is measured on three or more different occasions.
- 2.Group is a random sample from the population.
- 3.The dependent variable should be measured at the ordinal or continuous level.
- 4.Samples do not need to be normally distributed.
- Steps for Fried man Test:
- 1.Define Null and Alternative Hypotheses:Null Hypotheses:There is no difference between the conditions.Alternative Hypotheses:There is a difference between the conditions.
- 2.State Alpha:Alpha=0.05.
- 3.Calculate degrees of freedom:df = k – 1, where k = number of groups.
- 4.State Decision Rule:From the Chi squared table calculate the critical value.
- Suppose the chisquared(symbol)is greater than the critical value then reject the null hypothesis
- 5.Calculate the Test Statistic:
- k = number of columns (often called “treatments”)
- n = number of rows (often called “blocks”)
- Rj = sum of the ranks in column j.
- If there is no significant difference between the sum of the ranks of each of the columns, then M will be small, but if at least one column shows significant difference then M will be larger.
- 6.State Results:In this step we have to take a decision of null hypothesis either accept or reject depending on the critical value table.
- 7.State Conclusion:To be significant, our obtained U has to be equal to or LESS than this
|Sum Of Ranks||27.5||23.5||21|