I compute a statistic s using two methods, X and Y. In order to measure the reliability of X and Y, I found split half reliability measures (alpha) using a bootstraping technique. So, for each of method X and method Y, I found the split half alpha value N times, where N is the number of bootstraps.
Now, I have N alphas for X and N alphas for Y.
XAlphas = [xa1, xa2, xa3, ..., xan] YAlphas = [ya1, ya2, ya3, ..., yan]
I'd like to show that X is more significantly more reliable than Y (meaning, the mean alpha for XAlphas should be higher than the mean alpha for YAlphas). What type of statistics test would I use for this? Is this a T Test?