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Topic: level test in statistics
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Re: level test in statistics
Posted: Jan 5, 2011 7:22 AM
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Thanks Tim.
You wrote:
"If that's all the information you have, you can't decide for either
Y1
or Y2 whether it is "fittable" by a gaussian distribution. That's a
value judgement which depends upon the purpose and tolerances on
"fitting" "
You are right. In fact this is true in any cicustance.
About the same problem, I would foucs your attention on my new post:
Probability Plot Correlation Coefficient Plot and Tukey lambda
http://groups.google.com/group/sci.math/browse_thread/thread/cacbe0a0e1deb6ce#

Do you think this approach is better?
Overall, you would be able to show me how this procedure has to be
implemented?





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