Choosing the appropriate test for a specific type of data and setting is important, in order to obtain an accurate measure of statistical validity. Understanding statistics is essential knowledge to allow providers to interpret the findings they read in literature. In addition, the individual needs to be able to design their own research with the appropriate statistical analysis.
Data Statistical Tests
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