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    gh
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    How can I analyze my data. the data is not normally distributed even I tried some transformation methods that suggested for non-normal data??

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    #186356

    Darth
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    You have provided no useful information with your post. Provide a few more details and what you tried already and possibly you can receive some help.

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    #186359

    Mikel
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    Transform the thing and then do a 35,000′ management report. Don’t
    worry if it makes any sense at all.Tell them you learned it from Forrest.

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    #186360

    clb1
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      The easiest way to deal with problems of this type is to use the Finagle Phudge Transform Factor – take the data, multiply each data point by 0, and add a number from a normal random  number generator to the result.  The data will now be normally distributed and you can apply any test requiring normally distributed data.

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    #186362

    Chuck Wetherhold
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    The Finagle Phudge Transform Factor has worked reasonably well for us in the past. I would think that should be your first choice of a transformation method.

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    #186366

    Alto
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    Look up the meaning of analyze:
    http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/analyze
    Good luck.

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    #186367

    Stevo
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    Pari –   By knowing that your data is Non normal – you have already analyzed your data.  That being said, – want are you figure out?    Most of the stat package tools are sensitive enough that the normality of the data is not as critical as a lot of people would like to think.   Stevo  

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