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Are Two Datasets Statistically Different?

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This topic contains 2 replies, has 3 voices, and was last updated by  Robert Butler 5 years, 4 months ago.

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    We need to decide whether two datasets are statistically different. Which of the following is a true
    statement about the number of data points required to make this determination?
    1) Is the same for continuous and discrete data
    2) Depends on the defect level
    3) Is less when the data is continuous rather than attribute
    4) Is less when the data is attribute rather than continuous
    5) Depends on the specification limits

    #182560 Reply

    @rbutler – totally extinguished my impending flame. Guess I’m going to have to get up ealier. Touche!

    btw – trying to figure out your avatar. Looks like Johnny Cash(?)

    #182568 Reply

    MBBinWI – nope, it’s just me standing trackside with my camera waiting to photograph a passing train…like for instance this one…

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