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Tests where "something" important to the analysis is supported by high p-values are I think wrong headed. As others pointed out, for large data sets, a p-value below 0.05 is assured. So, the test essentially "rewards" for small and fuzzy data sets and "rewards" for a lack of evidence. Something like qq plots are much more useful. The desire for hard numbers to decide things like this always (yes/no normal/not normal) misses that modeling is partially an art and how hypotheses are actually supported.

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