|Jan20-08, 10:15 PM||#1|
Inferential Statistical Analysis
The basis of inferential (testing) statistical analysis is that data are composed of two elements,
a. theoretical expectation + error
b. mean + standard error
Would the two correct elements be listed in choice a.?
The mean of a sample and the standard error (which is the sample’s standard deviation?) is more descriptive than inferential (testing), right? (Or did I completely confuse the terms?)
|Jan22-08, 11:19 AM||#2|
Where did you get such theory?
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