Purchase Solution

Nonparametric Statistics & Hypotheses Examples

Not what you're looking for?

Ask Custom Question

What is nonparametric statistics? Provide a few examples of research hypotheses where researchers can use nonparametric statistical techniques.

Purchase this Solution

Solution Summary

This solution explains nonparametric statistics, compares nonparametric statistics to parametric statistics, and provides examples of nonparametric hypotheses. Includes APA formatted references.

Solution Preview

Nonparametric statistics are statistical procedures that do not have the same requirements as parametric statistics, namely nonparametric statistics do not require normality or an interval level of measurement. Nonparametric statistics use tests of significance that do not require normal distribution or interval level of measurement. As such, these tests can be used with ordinal or nominal data (i.e., ...

Solution provided by:
  • BA, University of Southern California
  • MSS, United States Sports Academy
  • Ed.D, Boise State University
Recent Feedback
  • "Thank you!:)"
  • "Thk u"
  • "Thank you!:)"
  • "Thank you!:)"
  • "Thank you!:)"
Purchase this Solution

Free BrainMass Quizzes
Operations Management

This quiz tests a student's knowledge about Operations Management

Organizational Behavior (OB)

The organizational behavior (OB) quiz will help you better understand organizational behavior through the lens of managers including workforce diversity.

Production and cost theory

Understanding production and cost phenomena will permit firms to make wise decisions concerning output volume.

Six Sigma for Process Improvement

A high level understanding of Six Sigma and what it is all about. This just gives you a glimpse of Six Sigma which entails more in-depth knowledge of processes and techniques.

Cost Concepts: Analyzing Costs in Managerial Accounting

This quiz gives students the opportunity to assess their knowledge of cost concepts used in managerial accounting such as opportunity costs, marginal costs, relevant costs and the benefits and relationships that derive from them.