# Difference between revisions of "TTestPaired Command"

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− | ;TTestPaired[<List of Sample Data 1>,<List of Sample Data 2>,<Tail>]:{ | + | ;TTestPaired[<List of Sample Data 1>,<List of Sample Data 2>,<Tail>] |

+ | :Performs a paired T test using the given lists of paired sample data. ''Tail'' has possible values "<", ">" , "≠" that determine the following alternative hypotheses: | ||

+ | :: "<" = μ < 0 | ||

+ | :: ">" = μ > 0 | ||

+ | :: "≠" = μ ≠ 0 | ||

+ | ::( μ is the mean paired difference of the population) | ||

+ | :Results are returned in list form as {P value, T test statistic}. |

## Revision as of 05:51, 23 July 2011

- TTestPaired[<List of Sample Data 1>,<List of Sample Data 2>,<Tail>]
- Performs a paired T test using the given lists of paired sample data.
*Tail*has possible values "<", ">" , "≠" that determine the following alternative hypotheses:- "<" = μ < 0
- ">" = μ > 0
- "≠" = μ ≠ 0
- ( μ is the mean paired difference of the population)

- Results are returned in list form as {P value, T test statistic}.