Comparing empirical distributions


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Mar12-07, 04:38 PM
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I have collected samples from several wireless experiments and have constructed histograms for each. I want to statistically compare the various distributions and assess the significance level of the differences observed(basic hypothesis test). I have read a little about likelihood ratio tests but don't know how to estimate the significance of the lrt statistic; any help is appreciated. Also is there a better method to use?
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