Inferential Statistics (Statistics Project Sample)
This module focuses on inferential statistics. As a reminder, inferential statistics are used to determine the probability that a conclusion based on analysis of data from a sample is true (Norman & Streiner, 2008).
The purpose of this discussion is to show the various types of hypotheses, how to identify them in an article and the importance of “significance” and a p-value.
For this discussion:
1 Using a peer-reviewed article of your choice, focused on a health study…
- Identify the Ho and H1
Identify and explain what “significance” is in a general sense and in your chosen article. Be sure to discuss the p-value.
Date of Submission
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