statistical procedure

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Coded data were entered into a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet, aggregated into 4-year time windows, and analyzed for trends over time with SPSS descriptive and univariate statistical procedures using weighted proportions.
The fact that there were two cases that did show a statistically significant difference was dismissed by the authors because for any given comparison the side-by-side and rapid sequential tests appeared to result in the same conclusions based on the VSRS statistical procedure and were therefore "comparable".
Competence in the use of the microscope and handling minimal statistical procedures were probably common experiences in their college work as were exploring the concepts behind the use of simple biological statistics.
4) Nonparametric statistical procedures that are resistant to outliers, such as an ANOVA based on ranks or a regression fit based on absolute deviations rather than squared deviations.
The selection of a statistical procedure depends primarily on two factors: (1) the research question addressed, and (2) the data used to answer the question.
Each case study demonstrates a statistical procedure used in risk analysis.
A statistical procedure is described that may be used to evaluate hardness testing methods.
By using a statistical procedure called Cronbach's Alpha, the tool can be tested to determine whether it is truly measuring what you want to measure, and not some other extraneous or unknown factors of which you're not aware.
summing or averaging), and (c) has to be taken into account by the statistical procedure used for testing.
It includes articles on kinship foster care, the effects of poverty on parenting and children's behavior, group intervention with inmates, discharge from long-term psychiatric hospitals, and the application of a statistical procedure called multilevel covariance structure analysis.
Given that each company had three paired (actual/hypothetical) observations for each ratio over the 1993-1997 period (any three out of the five years examined -- 1993-95, 1994-96, or 1995-97), the appropriate statistical procedure to test the level of the significance of the differences was a one-tailed t-test.
The objective of the first statistical procedure is to test H1: Firms that grant CEO stock options are more likely to experience increases in shareholder return than firms that do not grant CEO stock options.
As the level of difficulty of the parametric statistical procedure increased, the level of disagreement with the associated survey statement decreased.
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