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CONTINUOUS

NORMALITY TEST

INEQUALITY OF VARIANCE

NORMAL

F TEST

NOT NORMAL

LEVENE'S

NORMAL

BARTLETT'S

NOT NORMAL

LEVENE'S

2 DATASETS
ANDERSON
DARLING
NORMALITY TEST
> 2 DATASETS

Conclusions:

2 Data sets

Accept Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence


to prove that "Data" is not Normal
(with reservation).

Reject Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that "Data" is not Normal.

Accept Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence


to prove that the variance of "Data A" is not equal with
the variance of "Data B"
(with reservation).

Reject Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that the variance of "Data A" is not equal with the
variance of "Data B".

Accept Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence


to prove that the mean/median of "Data A" is not equal
with the mean/median of "Data B"
(with reservation).

Reject Ho

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that the mean/median of "Data A" is not equal with
the mean/median of "Data B".

Normality

Variance

Mean/Median

NUOUS

QUALITY OF VARIANCE
P-VALUE > 0.05
P-VALUE
P-VALUE
P-VALUE
P-VALUE

<
>
<
>

0.05
0.05
0.05
0.05

P-VALUE < 0.05


P-VALUE > 0.05
P-VALUE < 0.05

a sets

INEQUALITY OF
MEANS
2 SAMPLE T TEST
PAIRED T TEST
MANN-WHITNEY
MANN-WHITNEY
MANN-WHITNEY
ANNOVA
KRUSKAL-WALLIS
MOODS MEDIAN
KRUSKAL-WALLIS
MOODS MEDIAN

REMARKS

TREATMENT

>
<

VARIANCE < 0.05


VARIANCE < 0.05
> 2 data sets

re is no sufficient evidence
a" is not Normal
ervation).

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence to


prove that "Data" is not Normal
(with reservation).

re is sufficient evidence to
is not Normal.

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that "Data" is not Normal.

re is no sufficient evidence
"Data A" is not equal with
of "Data B"
ervation).

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence to


prove that there is at least 1 inequality of variance across
"Data sets" (with reservation).

re is sufficient evidence to
ata A" is not equal with the
"Data B".

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that there is at least 1 inequality of variance across
"Data sets".

re is no sufficient evidence
an of "Data A" is not equal
edian of "Data B"
ervation).

At 95% confidence level, there is no sufficient evidence to


prove that there is at least 1 inequality of mean/median
across "Data sets" (with reservation).

re is sufficient evidence to
of "Data A" is not equal with
an of "Data B".

At 95% confidence level, there is sufficient evidence to


prove that there is at least 1 inequality of mean/median
across "Data sets".

greater than
less than

PARAMET
NORMAL DATA

INEQUALITY of
VARIANCE

Minitab Command

2 data set

F Test

Stat > Basic Stat > 2


Variance Test

2 data set w/
treatment

Get the Paired


difference first

Paired Difference
= ABS (1st sample 2nd sample)

> 2 data set

Bartlett's Test

Stat > ANOVA> Test of


equal variance

NON-PARAMET
NOT NORMAL DATA

INEQUALITY of
VARIANCE

Minitab Command

2 data set

Levene's Test

Stat > Basic Stat > 2


Variance Test

> 2 data set

Levene's Test

Stat > ANOVA> Test


for Equal Variances

PARAMETRIC TESTS (data sets are normal)


VARIANCE
P-Value

INEQUALITY of MEANS

> 0.05 - Accept Ho

2 sample T test

< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Proceed to Non-Parametric
Test for Means

Run Normality test for


Paired Difference

Paired T-Test
if not Paired Diff is not normal
proceed to Mann-Whitney

> 0.05 - Accept Ho

ANOVA (Analysis of Variance)

< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Proceed to Non-Parametric
Test for Means

NON-PARAMETRIC TESTS (data sets are not normal)


VARIANCE
P-Value

INEQUALITY of MEANS

> 0.05 - Accept Ho

Mann-Whitney Test

< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Mann-Whitney Test

> 0.05 - Accept Ho

Kruskall Wallis Test

< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Mood's Median Test

mal)
Minitab Command

MEAN
P-Value

Stat > Basic Stat > 2


Variance Test

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Stat > Basic Stat >


Paired T Test

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Stat > ANOVA> Test of


equal variance

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Minitab Command

MEAN
P-Value

Stat> Non-Parametric>
Mann-Whitney

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Stat> Non-Parametric>
Mann-Whitney
Stat> Non-Parametric>
Kruskall-Wallis
Stat> Non-Parametric>
Mood's Median

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho
> 0.05 - Accept Ho
< 0.05 - Reject Ho
> 0.05 - Accept Ho
< 0.05 - Reject Ho

normal)

Type of Test
2 sample P Test
(P=proportion)
-Test for
Independence
(Chi-square Test)
Sample for 2 Sample P Test

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Sample for 2 Sample P Test

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Steps before Minitab


1. Get first the successful event of the data
2. Create a table for events (see sample below)
3. Key in the data to Minitab fields
1. Get first the successful event of the data
2. Arrange the data per
3. Key in the data to Minitab fields
2 Sample P Test

FROM:

2 Sample P Test

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Minitab Command

P-Value

Stat > Basic Stat > 2


Proportions

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

Stat > Tables > CrossTabulation and Chi-Square

> 0.05 - Accept Ho


< 0.05 - Reject Ho

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