Recent content by Suganya Kannan

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    Descriptive and predictive model

    Yeah I got some idea regarding my query. No need to apologize. But, thank you for thinking again about it.
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    Descriptive and predictive model

    Oh that's cool. Then please explain in brief about the Descriptive and predictive model @Dason and @GretaGarbo :)
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    Descriptive and predictive model

    You're funny. But quite interesting.. Lol
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    Graph with multiple IV's.

    It is possible to do. Please attach your sample data or give a try in R programming which will be much easier to build such type of graphs.
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    Descriptive and predictive model

    what is the difference between descriptive and predictive model ?
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    Adding information in a table

    In variable view tab, enter the variable names (In your case, Name, Relationship, etc.,) and Variable type (Numeric for Age and String for rest of your data). Now click on data view tab and enter all your data manually. Hope this helps !!
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    R

    1/12 * 1/2 = 1/24 = 0.0416
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    Help Required!

    Please follow this link https://statisticsbyjim.com/basics/normal-distribution/. Hope you'll get some idea about it !!
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    Help Required!

    Then you can use z test. The t test as compared with z test is its advantage for small sample comparison. As n increases, t approaches to z. The advantage of t test disappears, and t distribution simply becomes z distribution. In other words, with large n. t test is just close to z test. and one...
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    Help Required!

    Hi Lakshmanan, Let me re-frame your hypothesis as, Ho: There is no significance difference between the sample mean and the population mean H1: There is a significance difference between the sample mean and the population mean For this type, You have to apply t-test to test the above hypothesis.