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So I was just wondering if anyone would be able to help me out on what statistics I would use if I did an experiment that measured reaction times of five people
At the end of the experiment I would have two sets of data for each person- one reaction time before they put there hand in cold water and one time after?
So what statistic would i use?
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I'd say standard error and 95% confidence limits cause you'll be looking at differences between the mean values.
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(Original post by zoe1942)
So I was just wondering if anyone would be able to help me out on what statistics I would use if I did an experiment that measured reaction times of five people
At the end of the experiment I would have two sets of data for each person- one reaction time before they put there hand in cold water and one time after?
So what statistic would i use?
Some people who did that sort of experiment for their biol CW in my class (one girl did bacterial growth on 10 agar plates with normal honey and Manuka honey) did what I think is called a Mann Whitney statistical test. However I didn't do it so I don't know much about it
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