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STAT 10-03-16

Boxplot (Test 1)

Boxplot (Box-and-Whisker Plot) plot of five number summary (minimum, Q1, median, Q3, maximum)
Summarize raw data use contingency tables
Is there an association between the type of M&M and its color? Hypothesis testing
P-value Probability
Small p-value significance
Large p-value lack of significance
Small p-value numerically is smaller than some predetermined value α (usually 0.05)
Significance statistical significance (there is an association)
Significance example A significant result means the color distribution of M&Ms is not the same for both peanut and plain
Stat Mini-tab Function Stat—>Tables—>Chi-Square Test for Association
P-value example P-value of 0.904 using α of 0.05 is large and there is no significant association between type and color of M&M
Created by: Spencer Gowey Spencer Gowey