Mann-Whitney test

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Mann-Whitney test

[¦man ′wit·nē ‚test]
(statistics)
A procedure used in nonparametric statistics to determine whether the means of two populations are equal.
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Hasta ve kontrol gruplarinin cinsiyeti Ki kare testi ile, yaslari Mann-Whitney U testi ile degerlendirildi.
After this general finding, using Mann-Whitney U analysis, the differentiation of the self concepts of students who continue music high schools and general high schools were questioned according to gender.
The Mann-Whitney U test of two independent groups for nonparametric data was applied to analyze the ordinal data.
005, Mann-Whitney U testi BDO: Beck Depresyon Olcegi, GAS: Gorsel Analog Skala, LI: Lequesne Diz Agri Indeksi Skoru, KYZ: Kalkma-yurume zamani (sn) Tablo 4.
However, those who had used unemployment services saw a median decrease in quality (Median change = 10%) which non-users did not (Median change = 0%; Mann-Whitney U, z = 2.
Ikili grup karsilastirmalarinda normal dagilim gosterenler ortalama + SD olarak Student t testiyle, gostermeyenler ortanca degerleri olarak Mann-Whitney U testi ile karsilastirildi.
Wilcoxon Sign Rank test examined differences between pre and post test measures, and Mann-Whitney U examined between group differences using SPSS 11.
Mann-Whitney U tests, [chi square] tests, or Fisher exact tests were used to detect significant differences ([alpha] = 0.
Nonparametric Mann-Whitney U tests tested differences between the developmental and regular admission groups on performance scores, efficacy scores, and discrepancy scores.