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Data Analysis / Module 1: Hypothesis Testing


Students need to learn:
Introduction
Editing
Classification and Coding
Transcription
Univariate and Multivariate Data Analysis
Estimation of Means and Variance
Test of Single Sample Mean
Two Independent Means Test
Testing for Means of Pared Data
Test of Single Sample Variance
Two Samples Variance Test

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