Group differences broadly refer to statistics which quantify the differences between two or more subpopulations.

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Wilcoxon rank sum test for significant differences between two time points

I have data like so …(Col1:Companyname Col2:Data at timepointA; Col3:replicate Data at timepointA; Col4:Data at timepointB; Col5:replicate Data at time point B ...
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Multi-group SEM with a categorical outcome (using lavaan)

I'd like to ask the SO community for some help in regard to the interpretation of a structural equation model with three groups, featuring a categorical outcome. I have found a lot of sources treating ...
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How to properly group data for analysis

I am wondering what the most common way to handle data is wherein a participant belongs to multiple groups. For example, if you're wanting to run linear regression and look at how specific diet-type ...
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comparing a variable (that is repeatedly measured) between groups in R

I have a rather simple question (I hope) but for some reason I can't find the right/ a working answer anywhere on the web. For my research I have measured mood on a scale 1-10, 6 times a day for 5 ...
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Significant difference and correlations

Is it true that when there's no significant difference between groups then there will be correlations between groups? My situation is as follows: I have a sample that was measured using two ...
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How can I make clusters with highly right skewed data?

My histogram of expected income is as below. As you can see, income is highly right skewed. I want to divide individuals with regard to income - for example into Low, Middle, and High, and then I ...
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identify different points [closed]

I have a large scatterplot, with about 100,000 (x,y) points. The x coordinate is the set of numbers from (1 to ~100,000) - in other words, no 2 points have the same x-coordinate. The y is mostly ...
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Averaging z scores when doing a “group by”

I have a dataset where each row is an hourly measurement of certain fields (columns). For each column I then add another column that is its respective z score relative to the entire population. If I ...
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Combining Standard deviation 3 groups

Is this the correct formula for combining the standard deviations of 3 groups? $$ \sigma = \sqrt{\frac{n_1\sigma_1^2 + n_2 \sigma_2^2+ n_3 \sigma_3^2+ n_1(\mu_1-\mu)^2 ...
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Is two-factor ANOVA without replication appropriate for my application?

I want to analyze results from a computer simulation in which I will vary two factors: (1) fan location, and (2) fan flow rate. After the simulation, I will query the results for gas concentrations ...
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Data transformation and confidence intervals for mean difference

I have a between-group independent variable with two level (A and B) and a dependent variable Y that I transformed in order to normalize the distribution of the residual. I used a Box Cox ...
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difference in pre and post populations

I'm looking at the difference in demographics of people with a disease pre-outbreak and post-outbreak (e.g. age, sex, location etc). I know how to use $t$ tests and $\chi^{2}$-tests for comparison ...
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Test whether time of maximum differs across two groups

Suppose I have 10 repeated measurements of a quantitative variable $X$ of the individuals within two groups (let's call them A and B). For each group, I have the estimated means of variable $X$ at the ...
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ordinal regression or Spearman correlation?

I am conducting research investigating two different groups of women: one group of Short-Stature Women (SSW) and another with Non-Short Women (NSW). We have the hypothesis that SSW has an inaccurate ...
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Longitudinal Monitoring: How to test if a parameter changes before the gold standard

I have some data that I am really uncertain how to analyse. Each subject who all begin as healthy/normal will undergo a series of imaging examinations during therapy: scan 1 (baseline), scan 2, scan ...
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Change in Proportion - Multiple Periods

So I have data consisting of a binomial variable observed in multiple time periods and I want to use a statistical test to determine the existence of a change over time. So here's how it looks: ...
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Significant difference

I have two answer pools for the same survey. I want to compare these answers that came from 2 different groups. Or I want to somehow see if these two groups share the same ideas about asked ...
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Confused about the basic maths in Incremental/Uplift modelling

I have recently gotten to study Incremental modelling, which is used in Marketing to study the incremental impact of a certain action on a treatment group against a control group. However, I am very ...
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Why test for both correlation and groups differences using the same variable?

A paper asks four research questions which deal with the measurement of latent trait x, a continuous variable which is acquired through learning or practice, and the speed with which the knowledge or ...
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Accounting for groups in GzLM Poisson regression

I am currently trying to perform a regression on data with one predictor and one covariate. The hypothesis I am trying to test is whether the incidence of pores (a hole through a cell) increases when ...
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Contradictive results of correlation and intergroup comparisons

I got strange results in spss and I don't know how to explain them statistically. I made correlations between: 1) personality and emotional inteligence (EI) 2) personality and emotional competence ...
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First-differences vs. pooled OLS

Two-period panel regression model: $Y_{it}=\beta_0\delta_{t2} + \beta_1X_{it} +\alpha_i + \epsilon_{it}$ where $t=1, 2$ $i=1,...,n$ indexes the cross sectional units drawn via random sampling. ...
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Should I use ANOVA or MANOVA?

I have data on two groups...I have one independent variable (times 1, 2, and 3) and a dependent variable fitness score (which includes score of a person's heart rate in five stages of the test, ...
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Grouping cases on certain criterion

You experts have been helpful so many times that I read others' threads, but this time I have to ask a new question. Long story short I need to group all my cases into 4 categories. Could someone ...
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Power analysis for post hoc test of ANOVA with many groups

In both G*Power and the R pwr package, estimated sample size required per group decreases as the number of groups increase. This seems somewhat counter-intuitive. For a toy example, assume that I ...
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Using similarity matrix to measure diversity of a group

I wish to measure the "diversity" of a group of objects. Right now I'm using Euclidean distance to compute the similarity matrix between all the objects in the group. I'm searching for a measure of ...
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How to compare the magnitude of a response among two groups?

I performed generalized linear mixed models to test the effects of a treatment on two different groups (I performed a model for each group). Now I would like to test which of the groups is most ...
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Using multiple linear regression to distinguish two datasets

Consider two datasets, a study dataset with $n$ points and a control dataset with $n_c$ points, with $n$ I would like to evaluate the hypothesis that the study dataset has a different Y (in average ...
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Determine if a % Change occurred

I'm trying to figure out if a change to a website that occurred on a specific date increased page views on that site by 5%. I have page view data for a month before the change and several weeks after. ...
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Comparison of two populations by analyzing the dependence of a single dependent variable on several independent ones

I am looking at two populations on which I have measured 4 independent variables ($X_1$, $X_2$, $X_3$, $X_4$) and one dependent variable ($Y$) along with each measurement or observation. I suspect ...
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Are slopes of calibration experiment different?

I'm running a calibration experiment for an instrument that measures soil moisture content. I have 6 buckets filled with different soils that I weigh daily and at the same time take a measurement with ...
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How does my questionnaire analysis plan sound?

I will soon have the results of a questionnaire that I have carried out, and I have made a plan on how I will analyse the data. I was hoping that someone could comment on my plan to advise me. About ...
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Best ARIMA Model

What ARIMA model would be the best fit for the data provided?: ...
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Detecting heterogeneity in groups

This is a mockup of a dataset I am currently working on: ...
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Difference test between 2 groups where both groups contain depended and independent observations

Is there a statistical test to check the difference between groups (for example a paired sample proportion test), but where some of the observations of the two groups are dependent and some of the ...
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Mode of the difference of two beta distributions

Given two beta distributions $X \sim \beta(m_1, n_1)$ and $Y \sim \beta(m_2, n_2)$, how to compute the mode of the distribution of $Z = X - Y$?
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Test of significance of multiple proportions in two groups

I have a dataset of two genetically different cell types, "A" and "B", and each of them can have four different morphologies, let's say "spiky cell", "elongated cell", "round cell", "triangular cell". ...
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Plotting averages when there are missing values

I have count data for a number of subjects in different groups I would like to compare. The averages of the cumulative sums are shown in the figure below. As you can see the Red group has a spike at ...
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Visualizing large dataset with multiple subgroups

I have a large data frame in the following form (I apologize for this formatting): ...
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In a meta-analysis, how should one handle non-significant studies containing no raw data?

Let's say that I'm conducting a meta-analysis, looking at the performance of group A and group B with respect to a certain construct. Now, some of the studies that I'll come across will report that no ...
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Different group size average comparisons

I have 3800 stocks for which I calculate their return correlations. So I end up with a 3800 by 3800 matrix. Each stocks is related in some way to all the other 3799 stocks. For each stock, I create ...
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correlation between the same group

I'm doing a statistics paper in which I have to correlate the clinical diagnosis with the hystopathological one. So, basically I have one group of people with 2 different diagnosis: 1. clinical 2. ...
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Comparing different conditions on a binomial distribution

I have some data where I have tested a binomial random variable under 4 conditions. The null hypothesis is that they all have equal means, alternative hypothesis is that one or more means differ from ...
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How do I determine the significance of a difference in weighted averages from a Likert-type survey question?

I have multiple survey questions that give respondents 4 Likert-type options for a response to qualify their knowledge/skill in a particular area. I have calculated a weighted average (and divided by ...
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How to compare distributions of two groups where each group has multiple observations from a small group?

I have data on continuous measurements (length of time of a behaviour) from two groups of individuals which differ in their phenotype (phenotype A or B, the variable used to group them). Each group is ...
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Multivariate grouped data in R

I have a dataset of gambling expenditure, income, verbal reasoning test scores and gender. I tried two different methods for fitting a linear regression: ...
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What test of significance is best suited to compare concentrations, with only one sample of each population?

I have two large reservoirs of water with unknown concentrations of bacteria. I have only one sample of each reservoir: Sample of reservoir A: volume of the sample $=V_1$, number of bacteria in the ...
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Comparing two means: Same group, different variance (Welch's t-test?)

Intro: I have recently made a simulation program which simulates patients with Type 1 diabetes. In that context I am creating artifical patients. Let's denote three of these as $\text{p}_1$, ...
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Testing that two models from two different data sets are independent

I have two different sets $(n_1=47$, $n_2=23)$ obtained under different conditions. I fit two different functions $(\text{Fu}_1$, $\text{Fu}_2)$ in MATLAB. $\text{Fu}_1$ was fit using the first data ...
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Correlation and group difference with unequal sample sizes

My sample is 60 participants. At first, I did not expect to analyze the correlation, but the result is interesting, so I would like to. The 60 participants are 50 people who have good reading skill ...