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1. ## Statistical hypothesis testing - Wikipedia

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Variations and sub-classes. Statistical hypothesis testing is a key technique of both frequentist inference and Bayesian inference, although the two types of inference have notable differences.Statistical hypothesis tests define a procedure that controls (fixes) the probability of incorrectly deciding that a default position (null hypothesis) is incorrect.

2. ## Hypothesis - Wikipedia

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A hypothesis (plural hypotheses) is a proposed explanation for a phenomenon.For a hypothesis to be a scientific hypothesis, the scientific method requires that one can test it. Scientists generally base scientific hypotheses on previous observations that cannot satisfactorily be explained with the available scientific theories. Even though the words "hypothesis" and "theory" are often used ...

3. ## Thesis Statement Examples - Write a Writing

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Thesis Statement Example for a Science Paper. This is an example of a thesis statement for a science paper where you need to specifically screen out an exact hypothesis that would lead the finding of your research. Since the research heavily relies on statistical measure and data tabulations so it’s best to be specific with minimal leaning towards the theoretical bend in thesis statements.

4. ## Interpreting Non-Significant Results

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State what it means to accept the null hypothesis Explain why the null hypothesis should not be accepted Describe how a non-significant result can increase confidence that the null hypothesis is false Discuss the problems of affirming a negative conclusion When a significance test results in a high ...

5. ## Hacking the Random Walk Hypothesis - Turing Finance

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The Random Walk Hypothesis. Many systems in the real world demonstrate the properties of randomness including, for example, the spread of epidemics such as Ebola, the behaviour of cosmic radiation, the movement of particles suspended in liquid, luck at the roulette table, and supposedly even the movement of financial markets as per the random walk hypothesis ... but b efore we get into the ...

6. ## Paired Sample t Test | Real Statistics Using Excel

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Hi Hafizah, p . alpha is equivalent to absolute value of t-crit t-value.. In either case you would reject the null hypothesis. Thus for the two-tailed test, you reject the null hypothesis since .002022 .05.But since 2.093 3.574 you wouldn't reject the null hypothesis.Something seems incorrect here.

7. ## Chi-Square Independence Testing | Real Statistics Using Excel

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Hi, I followed your method in example 1, but when I ran the CHISQ.TEST I got 0 as my answer. I used this in Excel 18, and I want to see if incomes based on a bachelor’s degree, associate’s degree, or just a high school diploma are independent from region in the U.S.

8. ## Mel Slater's Presence Blog

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Mel Slater's Presence Blog Thoughts about research and radical new applications of virtual reality - a place to write freely without the constraints of academic publishing,and have some fun.