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    Hi guys,

    pls help me I have an exam soon...

    i am doing the rank correlation coefficient differences method question, I don't quite understand it... Basically the question said I have to rank the samples from highest to smallest but there's same number for two of the samples, sample A is 32 and sample B is also 32 (32 is the highest so it should be ranked 1) but there's two of them... Do I rank them both as 1?
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    Hi guys,

    pls help me I have an exam soon...

    i am doing the rank correlation coefficient differences method question, I don't quite understand it... Basically the question said I have to rank the samples from highest to smallest but there's same number for two of the samples, sample A is 32 and sample B is also 32 (32 is the highest so it should be ranked 1) but there's two of them... Do I rank them both as 1?
    If I recall correctly the convention is to rank them both as 1.5
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    (Original post by joostan)
    If I recall correctly the convention is to rank them both as 1.5
    thank you very much I've got the right answer now )


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    thank you very much I've got the right answer now )


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    You're very welcome
 
 
 
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