# Tag Archives: R-Statistics

A critical-T value is a “cut-off point” on the t distribution. A t-distribution is a probability distribution that is used to calculate population parameters when… Read More
The t-distribution is a type of probability distribution that arises while sampling a normally distributed population when the sample size is small and the standard… Read More
In statistics, the task is to standardize variables which are called valvulating z-scores. Comparing two standardizing variables is the function of standardizing vector. By subtracting… Read More
In order to accept or reject a sample that is given to you by your company or someone or basically simply just to examine data, p-value… Read More
R supports powerful tools to plot z-score according to a given p-value. Thus, to learn about the z score we should know about the p-value.… Read More
To make a bell curve in R we will be using the help of normal distribution which will lead to a bell curve that will… Read More
Friedman Test: It is a non-parametric test alternative to the one way ANOVA with repeated measures. It tries to determine if subjects changed significantly across… Read More
In simple words, the permutation hypothesis test in R is a way of comparing a numerical value of 2 groups. The permutation Hypothesis test is… Read More
Distance measurement is a vital tool in statistical analysis. It quantifies dissimilarity between sample data for numerical computation. One of the popular choices of distance… Read More
Experimental Designs are part of ANOVA in statistics. They are predefined algorithms that help us in analyzing the differences among group means in an experimental… Read More
Correlation refers to the relationship between two variables. It refers to the degree of linear correlation between any two random variables. This relation can be… Read More
Experimental Designs are part of ANOVA in statistics. They are predefined algorithms that help us in analyzing the differences among group means in an experimental… Read More
Correlation refers to the relationship between two variables. It refers to the degree of linear correlation between any two random variables. This relation can be… Read More
A graph of the correlation matrix is known as Correlogram. This is generally used to highlight the variables in a data set or data table… Read More
Multivariate analysis of variance (MANOVA) is simply an ANOVA (Analysis of variance) with several dependent variables. It is a continuation of the ANOVA. In an… Read More