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 Main Menu return to Main Menu Univariate Statistical Hypothesis Testing - Ungrouped Data Skewness/Kurtosis (old) Normality tests for small and large samples. Skewness/Kurtosis (new) D'Agostino skewness test, Anscombe-Glynn kurtosis test, Jarque-Bera Normality Test (against normality). Quasi Random-Walk Identification Computes the logistic regression probability of a Quasi Random-Walk based on the small-sample Kurtosis p-value. If the probability is close to 1 then the (financial) time series under investigation is not consistent with the Efficient Market Hypothesis (c.q. Random-Walk). Testing Mean (unknown Variance) - p-value (old) computes the 2-sided p-value for the statistical hypothesis test about the mean when the population variance is unknown. This test can be applied to any univariate dataset. Testing Mean (unknown Variance) - p-value (new) computes the 2-sided p-value for the statistical hypothesis test about the mean when the population variance is unknown. This test can be applied to any univariate dataset. Testing Mean (known Variance) - Critical Value computes the critical value for one- and two-sided hypothesis tests about the mean. In this test it is assumed that the population variance is known. Testing Mean (known Variance) - p-value computes the p-value for one- and two-sided hypothesis tests about the mean. In this test it is assumed that the population variance is known. Testing Mean (known Variance) - Type II Error computes the Type II Error for the one-sided hypothesis test about the mean. In this test it is assumed that the population variance is known. Testing Mean (known Variance) - sample size computes the sample size for the one-sided hypothesis test about the mean, given a user-defined type I and II error. In this test it is assumed that the population variance is known. Testing Population Mean with known Variance - Confidence Interval computes the confidence intervals for the one-sided and two-sided hypothesis test about the population mean Testing Sample Mean with known Variance - Confidence Interval computes the confidence intervals for the one-sided and two-sided hypothesis test about the sample mean Testing Variance - Critical Value (Region) computes the critical value (region) for the hypothesis test about the variance Testing Variance - p-value (probability) computes the p-value (probability) for the hypothesis test about the variance Testing Variance - Confidence Intervals for Sample Variance computes the confidence intervals for the one-sided and two-sided hypothesis test about the sample variance Testing Variance - Confidence Intervals for Population Variance computes the confidence intervals for the one-sided and two-sided hypothesis test about the population variance Testing Mean with unknown Variance - Critical Value computes the 2-sided and 1-sided confidence intervals for the statistical hypothesis test about the mean when the population variance is unknown. This test can be applied to any univariate dataset. Testing Population Proportion - Critical Value computes the critical values for one- and two-sided hypothesis tests about the population proportion. Testing Population Proportion - P-Value computes the p-value of the population proportion test. Bivariate and Multivariate Statistical Hypothesis Testing - Ungrouped Data Two Sample Tests about the Mean Paired and Unpaired Two Sample Tests about the Mean (paired t-test, unpaired t-test, Welch t-test, and Wilcoxon rank sum test with continuity correction). Kendall tau Correlation Matrix Multivariate correlation plot based on Kendall tau rank correlations and their respective p-values. Notched Boxplots Notched Boxplots for a multivariate dataset. 1-way ANOVA Single Factor Analysis of Variance. 2-way ANOVA Two Factor Analysis of Variance. Chi-Squared Tests This module computes the Pearson Chi-Squared test, Exact Pearson Chi-Squared by Simulation test, McNemar test, and the Association Plot.

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