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    Anyone know how to do this?!
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    (Original post by smessy)
    Anyone know how to do this?!
    Yes, what data do you have exactly though? How many sets and how many pieces of data in each set? And what exactly do you want to use the T test for - ie what is your null hypothesis?
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    umm, well i;ve got 5 different concentrations, and for each concentration i've got 5 days worth of data, i.e first is number of seeds germinated (added up each day/24 hours) the other data i have is the mean growth of the radicle for every 24 hours...and no idea why i want to use it..someone told me to...and no idea about null hypo...sorry!
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    the t-test is good for comparing the means and standard deviations of continuous data... it's really simple to do... can't you find any information on google on how to do it? if you are desperate, i'll be able to send you some info, i'd give you the link but it's on my college intranet and passworded with my own pass!
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    thanks but i'll ask my teacher i think! i've done it before so only need a recap!
 
 
 
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