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## Main Question or Discussion Point

Hi everyone,

I need to make sure that I'm interpreting the Shapiro WIlk test correctly. This is how I'm doing the interpretations:

Set 1

CI = 95%

n = 15

Shapiro W = .92

p = .171

I think this set is distributed normally because p is the probability that it is not normal, so the probability that it isn't normal is 17.1% right?

Set 2

CI = 95%

n = 15

Shapiro W = .95

p = .502

This set is slightly more probable to be not distributed normally because p is 50.2 %

Any help appreciated,

Ed.

I need to make sure that I'm interpreting the Shapiro WIlk test correctly. This is how I'm doing the interpretations:

Set 1

CI = 95%

n = 15

Shapiro W = .92

p = .171

I think this set is distributed normally because p is the probability that it is not normal, so the probability that it isn't normal is 17.1% right?

Set 2

CI = 95%

n = 15

Shapiro W = .95

p = .502

This set is slightly more probable to be not distributed normally because p is 50.2 %

Any help appreciated,

Ed.