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Which form of data analysis would be most appropriate, T-Test or Chi-Squared?
Well, I have the crime figures for all crimes (a sum of burglaries, muggings, theft of car, from car, etc) over a 12 month period from 3 areas in Swansea and 2 in Oswestry. But I'm not comparing those three areas individually, but a sum of them to compare the two places rather than areas. The only reason there are 3 and 2 is because that's how many policing districts there are in each place that I'm looking at. And I am looking at comparing Oswestry and Swansea crime figures as a whole to see if there is a statistically significant difference?
|asked||Which form of data analysis would be most appropriate, T-Test or Chi-Squared?|