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Basic Statistical Analysis

Statistics

Quiz 16 :

Non-Parametrics Revisited: the Ordinal Case

Quiz 16 :

Non-Parametrics Revisited: the Ordinal Case

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16-15. The ordinal test for assessing the difference among three or more correlated samples, is the
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In order to calculate an ordinal test of significance, the following must be true
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16-20. The Pearson r is to the Spearman rs , as the
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In terms of the amount of information being contained in the measures, the following measurement scales rank
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16-18. The Kruskal-Wallis H is the ordinal equivalent of which interval test?
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16-14. The ordinal test for assessing the difference between two independent samples, is the
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16-13. The ordinal test for assessing the difference between three or more independent samples, is the
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16-17. The Mann-Whitney U is the ordinal equivalent of which interval test?
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The most appropriate measure of central tendency on ordinal data is the
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16-16. The Wilcoxon T test is the ordinal equivalent of which interval test?
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When the conversion is appropriate, it is always possible to convert
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16-10. The U test was created by
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Of the following correlation coefficients, which requires ordinal data?
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With the ordinal data, the important information being provided concerns
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The T for correlated samples was created by
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16-19. The Friedman ANOVA by ranks is the ordinal equivalent of which interval test?
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Ordinal tests of significance are all
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16-11. The H test was created by
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The ANOVA by ranks was created by
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16-12. The ordinal test for assessing the difference between two correlated samples is the
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