Assume we have 10 different jigsaw puzzles. Each puzzle has a different number of pieces, e.g., ...
I am very confused. I know this isn't complicated, but as my question states, how do I find the Z-score when I have the sample standard deviation? The textbook I'm going by says it is $z = ...
I would like to know whether z-standardization is an appropriate way to account for a covariate. Please consider the following dummy example (I am not interested in the interpretation of the result ...
How to sequence z-score creation and log transformation in an experiment with multiple groups and conditions?
In a psycholinguistic task, participants listened to and viewed stimuli, and were asked to make acceptability judgements on them: 4 conditions 4 groups Rating scale from 1-5 I have been advised ...
Software packages for network motif detection can return enormously high Z-scores (the highest I've seen is 600,000+, but Z-scores of more than 100 are quite common). I plan to show that these ...
In network motif algorithms, it seems quite common to return both a p-value and a Z-score for a statistic: "Input network contains X copies of subgraph G". A subgraph is deemed a motif if it ...
I am a beginner in statistics, therefore I hope I can state my problem in a correct manner. I have a some instances or samples and I can collect below statistical parameters for classification and ...
How are the values in a z-table computed? Is it possible to compute confidence without looking up a z-table?