Friedman test

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Noun1.Friedman test - pregnancy test that involves injecting some of the woman's urine into an unmated female rabbit and later examining the ovaries of the rabbit; presence of corpora lutea indicates that the woman is pregnant
pregnancy test - a physiological test to determine whether a woman is pregnant
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Due to the nonhomoscedasticity of the latter data, the nonparametric Friedman test was used.
Two-factor ANOVA with repeated measures test was used for normally distributed data, and the Friedman test was used to compare follow-up VAS, ODI, and SF-36 results for non-normally distributed data.
SPSS software was used to statistically analyze the data arising; the Mann-Whitney U test and Friedman test were used to compare samples, and P<0.
If even after transformation, the assumptions were not met, we used the nonparametric Friedman test (SOKAL; ROHLF, 1995) with Wilcoxon-Nemenyi-McDonald-Thompson post hoc test (HOLLANDER; WOLFE, 1999) when Friedman test was significant.
Mean rank depicts application of Friedman test which showed significant reduction (p=0.
The non-parametric Friedman test for repeated measures shows that there are statistically significant differences between the values of the oxygen saturation measured in the morning, at the three intervals, for al least one of the 3 possible pairs, p=0.
This section presents the empirical research results focusing on mean ranks and Friedman test that were used to measure the relative significance for each item from the basic research variables along with scrutinizing the influence of cofactors on the major research relationships (quantitative perspective).
Further comparisons of the subcategory scores were made to determine students' performance in the subcategories; p-values from Friedman test and Wilcoxon signed rank test for subscores were utilized to compare mean scores in subcategories.
Table 2: Friedman test results for prioritizing the indexes of role over load variable Test Statistics (a) N 115 Chi-Square 31.
Friedman test is an extension Wilcoxon selection test to the case of three or more selections.
05) if the data complied with the normal distribution and homogeneity, or by the Friedman test (P < 0.