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1. ### Comparing temperature-during-stress with temperature-during-stand

Hello, I've conducted an stress experiment in chickens. I want to compare the rate-of-change (ROC) in temperature right after a stressor was introduced, with the rate-of-change in temperature during a normal standing period of the chicken. I have 9 chickens, so 9 observations of the...
2. ### Paired t-test using only 1 'after' measurement

Okay, thank you very much! So the steps you suggest is: - Downsample my whole dataset so that a lower sampling frequency is used - Split my data set in 2: prior to stress and post-stress - Calculate limits in the I/MR chart based on the prior-stress datasubset. - Add in the post-stress datasubset
3. ### Paired t-test using only 1 'after' measurement

For example, I have extracted temperature data 2 minutes before and 2 minutes after a short, sound pulse/stressor, was introduced in the chicken. This temperature vector is 7001 datapoints long, since the temperature sensor had a sampling rate of 25 Hz. In attachment, you can find a figure of a...
4. ### Paired t-test using only 1 'after' measurement

Hello, I took a look at the individual control charts. It does seem appealing to use! However... I'm struggling how to create the chart. I only have the temperature data of the 5 specific behaviors and the temperature data of the stressor-periods. So... How should I create the plot? Thanks a...
5. ### Paired t-test using only 1 'after' measurement

Hello, I have conducted an experiment in chickens. A leg temperature sensor was mounted on the chicken's leg for 7 days. On the 7th day, a stressor (e.g loud noise) was introduced. We expected that the leg temperature would change immediately after stressor introduction, and this is also what...
6. ### Compare continuous temperature data across 4 different groups

What do you mean by residuals?
7. ### Compare continuous temperature data across 4 different groups

Hello, We've got an experiment which involved temperature monitoring of 12 chickens. Sampling rate of the temperature sensor was 25Hz. Chickens were divided into 4 groups, 3 chickens per group. We tested 4 stressors A,B,C,D in each group on 4 consecutive testing days, but always in a different...