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comment Now that I've rejected the null hypothesis what's next?
Thanks a ton! Appreciate it!
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comment Now that I've rejected the null hypothesis what's next?
Enlightening! Could you please show a quick and dirty example of the last part where you talk about equivalence testing? It'd be really helpful to see at a high level how it could be applicable.
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accepted How exactly did statisticians agree to using (n-1) as the unbiased estimator for population variance without simulation?
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asked How exactly did statisticians agree to using (n-1) as the unbiased estimator for population variance without simulation?
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comment Is a Chi-squared test sufficient to tell me if my process change was “good enough”?
No that's fine. I was surprised at the trivial solution. Hence the element of surprise :)
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comment Is a Chi-squared test sufficient to tell me if my process change was “good enough”?
Would that just be it? Nothing more?
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comment Is a Chi-squared test sufficient to tell me if my process change was “good enough”?
@Glen_b - Ideally, the latter if possible, but I'm not sure how to go about doing that. Could you please elaborate on the interval estimation? I'm not familiar with that.
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accepted How many times, in expectation, am I fetching a random sample from a predefined discrete probability distribution of elements?