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    A non-parametric test for comparing variables belonging to the same group

    Good morning Karbiner, I am impressed by your sincerity and capacity for support. Will not hesitate to contact you (provided you are available) should I have any further statistical issues in the future. Thank you for your valuable time, support, and prompt response. Much appreciated Mostafa...
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    A non-parametric test for comparing variables belonging to the same group

    Sure Karabiner. I will explain this concisely below: Across a sample of 17 selected dwellings, I have assessed various encounters/interactions between 9 different activities using a method I developed. Results were collected once, and there is no follow-up assessment. I was able to rank...
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    A non-parametric test for comparing variables belonging to the same group

    Thanks Karabiner, Looking into the sign test, I am somehow confused about the fulfillment of some of the test assumptions. A) first of all, in my situation, I am not sure about the types of variables I am using here. Is my dependant variable here the inhabitants' dwellings, and my independent...
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    A non-parametric test for comparing variables belonging to the same group

    Situation: I have a cell-plot chart (showing the means and standard deviations) of 9 domestic activities across a sample of 17 dwellings all belonging to one group (the same group). The type of data is ordinal (ranking values). The purpose of this representation is to compare the relative...
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    Test for comparing variables belonging to the same group

    Situation: I have a cell-plot chart (showing the means and standard deviations) of 9 domestic activities across a sample of 17 dwellings all belonging to one group (the same group). The type of data is ordinal (ranking values). The purpose of this representation is to compare the relative...