Statistical inference app import buggity?

06102024, 01:06 PM
(This post was last modified: 06102024 01:08 PM by cjsuk.)
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Statistical inference app import buggity?
Doing some a simple one var ztest. Turns out the 1var stats import is a bit, how shall we say, "hmm".
I'd expect the mu/sigma vars to be pulled from the 1var stats app if you do an import but it brings the thing into the xbar variable and completely misses sigma. n is at least populated correctly. This results in a little poking of the vars menu to get things into the app properly. Or am I holding it wrong? Rather like it though. It sucks considerably less than doing it in R! 

06112024, 02:45 AM
(This post was last modified: 06112024 02:52 AM by jte.)
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RE: Statistical inference app import buggity?
(06102024 01:06 PM)cjsuk Wrote: Doing some a simple one var ztest. Turns out the 1var stats import is a bit, how shall we say, "hmm". Is it possible to give a short example of data and how interactions / results compare to expectations? When I press "Import" from the Inference app's Numeric view (with a onevariable z test selected in the Inference app's Symbolic view), the screen that comes up has "Import Sample Statistics" as a title. As "sample" is in the title (rather than "population"), I'd think it is sample statistics (x bar and n) that are being imported rather than population parameters (mu and sigma). (Well, and x bar and n are shown in the import screen.) (That the data in the Statistics 1Var's Numeric view is sample data, not data for the entire population.) Is a second type of import wanted (for when data is available for an entire population), or am I misunderstanding? 

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