Kendall test


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Noun1.Kendall test - any of several nonparametric measures of correlation (used when the assumptions of standard correlational analysis are not met)
statistics - a branch of applied mathematics concerned with the collection and interpretation of quantitative data and the use of probability theory to estimate population parameters
distribution free statistic, nonparametric statistic - a statistic computed without knowledge of the form or the parameters of the distribution from which observations are drawn
Kendall partial rank correlation - a nonparametric measure of partial correlation
coefficient of concordance - a coefficient of agreement (concordance) between different sets of rank orderings of the same set of things
Kendall rank correlation, Kendall's tau, tau coefficient of correlation - a nonparametric measure of the agreement between two rankings
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The Mann Kendall test, which is recommended by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO), was used, since the succession of values occurs independently and the probability distribution remains the same in the case of stability of a time series (Back, 2001).
The Mann Kendall test indicated an increase in annual rainfall in Veranopolis of 6.34 mm per year (p < 0.01) (Figure 4A).
Finally, the Seasonal Kendall Test for Trend was used to determine if a linear trend of atrazine over time throughout the state exists.
In this study statistical significance trend analysis was done by using Man- Kendall test while for the magnitude of trend was determined by non- parametric Sen's estimator method.
Keywords: Climate change; Trends;Stream ow; Mann Kendall test; Sen's slope.
The Mann Kendall test was used to determine trends on individual stations; results are summarized in Table 2.
Trends in mean monthly temperatures were analyzed with the Seasonal Kendall test for trend (Hirsch and Slack, 1984; Helsel et al., 2006).
These steps essentially involve: (i) testing the serial correlation effect; (ii) Trend detection by Mann Kendall test (iii) Estimate the trend value (changes in time series variables) by Sens estimator.
Mann Kendall test is a statistical test widely used for the analysis of trend in climatologic (Tabari et al.