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Title:How To Know Which Statistical Test To Use For Hypothesis Testing

Hi! My name is Kody Amour, and I make free math videos on YouTube. My goal is to provide free open-access online college math lecture series on YouTube using free open-access resources. I rely on generous donations and ad revenue - a special thanks to everyone who helped this channel grow. ***Please only give if you have the financial ability to do so.*** Support this Amour Learning channel directly on Patreon: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Credit to all of the authors of all of the resources below that greatly helped influence this video. My newer videos are much more original than these videos. Free open-access online math textbooks: My favorite number theory textbooks: Number Theory: In Context and Interactive by Dr. Karl-Dieter Crisman: Elementary Number Theory: Primes, Congruences, and Secrets by Dr. William Stein: A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra by Dr. Victor Shoup: My favorite programming language: SageMath (which in my view is categorically more productive than Python, R, Mathematica, Matlab, Maple, Magma, etc - if you're using any of these and they aren't working out, consider switching to Sage): A free in-depth tutorial for SageMath: Learn LaTeX in 30 minutes: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My favorite math/science YouTube channels that I absolutely love (in no particular order): Zach Star: Numberphile: 3Blue1Brown: MIT OpenCourseWare: Khan Academy: PBS Infinite Series: Lex Fridman: There are plenty of methods for testing a hypothesis using statistics. When you are faced with a bunch of data, how do you know which test to use? Let's break down when to use each test in a simple way. Let's think how scientists think. Support The Show On Patreon: ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- My name is Kody Amour, and I provide online math lectures to the public. My aim is to provide content that attends to a sound, productive conceptual understanding. Basically, I want to make sense, and I want my videos to be coherent with each other. If you think that these videos have helped you, please consider supporting this channel by subscribing, and please consider donating to this cause via Patreon! Website: Facebook: Twitter: Udemy: Linkedin:


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