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For testing the pulse rate of one month old child is to be 120 per minute, a researcher
measures (per minute) the pulse rate of 10 one month old children as
120,118,125,122,117,120,121, 126,125,115 and applies sign test and Wilcoxon signedrank
test, then power of the Wilcoxon signed-rank test is more than the sign test. True or False!?

 

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Re: Statistics

Run Proc Univariate as this to get your answer

 

data pulse_rate;
input pulse @@;
infile datalines dlm = ',';
datalines;
120,118,125,122,117,120,121,126,125,115
;

proc univariate data = pulse_rate;
run;
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Re: Statistics


kirchi wrote:

For testing the pulse rate of one month old child is to be 120 per minute, a researcher
measures (per minute) the pulse rate of 10 one month old children as
120,118,125,122,117,120,121, 126,125,115 and applies sign test and Wilcoxon signedrank
test, then power of the Wilcoxon signed-rank test is more than the sign test. True or False!?

 


PROC NPAR1WAY for non parametric tests. 

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