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Friedman test

[′frēd·mən ‚test]
(pathology)
A pregnancy test in which a female rabbit is given an intravenous injection of urine from the patient; formation of corpora lutea in the ovaries indicates a positive test.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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Table 9 presents the Friedman test of five algorithms, ranked as FTBA-TC < MEABC < TVAC < CS < PSO, suggesting that the average performance of the FTBA-TC algorithm was superior to others.
Considering vital stains, no alteration was observed for lissamine green staining (repeated measures ANOVA, p > 0.05) and fluorescein (Friedman test, p > 0.05).
Among entire study population, the association between shedding of PHV-1 and Mycoplasma species was not significant (Friedman test; P = .06).
After establishing that there were statistically significant differences somewhere among the three time points in Friedman test results for the CVLT-II, BVMTR, TMT, and EMQ-R, post hoc tests were used to identify changes between individual time points (Table 6).
The p-value for the Friedman test, which was less than [10.sup.-15], indicates that it is safe to perform the post hoc test.
The difference between the distributions of visual analog scale scores measured at different times was evaluated using the Friedman test. The Bonferroni Corrected Wilcoxon Signed-Rank test was used for multiple comparisons.
Instead, the nonparametric Friedman test, was used for analysis of the differences in the numbers of trapped males, females, and the total number of flies.
When the sequential averages of the results of Friedman test applied to the findings and data obtained in our study are examined, it is determined that T4 and T3 values of athletes are higher than TSH values.
Friedman test was used to compare ranks average or to prioritize components of purchase-related factors (psychological factors, social factors, cultural factors and personal factors) (qualitative variables).
To prioritize (ranking) the sustainable development factors, Friedman test was utilized.
Next, Friedman test and Chi-do statistical calculations were utilized for ranking and prioritizing the influence of marketing mix model indexes on rural tourism development in Baraghan vill.
Friedman test statistics Friedman test results Educational barriers 4.96 Barriers in the way of understand 3.81 the concepts and using basis Economic problems 2.92 Lack of trust 2.29 Lack of need 1.03 Chi-square statistic 540.580 Degree of freedom 4 Significance level 0.000