Recent content by Philip

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    Comparing frequencies

    Agreed - it's post hoc. But it would be a method I would then be able to use for future analyses. So, let's say I have a function that resembles my shape. Indeed, I would have two of them. This brings me back tot he question; how do I compare them? As of now, this is what I do. I compare...
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    Comparing frequencies

    Thanks for the reply ... my issue though is that it's clearly a curve ... doesn't that mean that a linear regression is not an option?
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    Comparing frequencies

    I have two columns of word frequencies. Column A has 49 items (and each item's relative frequency value), and column B as 40 items. The values, for example, are like 12.83, 11.02 etc. The values are calculated by frequency relative to text length (so, the "frequencies" may not be actual...