I'm pretty new to statistics and I need your help.
I have a small sample, as follows:
H4U 0.269 0.357 0.2 0.221 0.275 0.277 0.253 0.127 0.246
I ran the Shapiro-Wilk test using R:
and I got the following result:
W = 0.9502, p-value = 0.6921
Now, if I assume the significance level at 0.05 than the p-value is larger then alpha (0.6921 > 0.05) and I cannot reject the null hypothesis about the normal distribution, but does it allow me to say that the sample has a normal distribution?