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    Supposing that I formulate a hypothesis and conduct an exper

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    Supposing that I formulate a hypothesis and conduct an experiment, but the results were not significant. Is it possible to gain information from that or has my experiment been a failure? Can you enlighten me on this and also provide me with examples to support the argument.

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    This answer depends to a great extent on how you are classifying the results as not significant, and if actions were taken to attempt correction to the results that are concluded as not significant. One plausible way to do this would be to decrease the level of significance or increase the size of the sample, if the results ...

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    This solution discusses how one could perceive an experiment that has produced non-significant results.