Inferential Analysis

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Comparison of the central tendency is not enough when one is dealing with the sample. How can you be confident that the observation of the sample holds true for the population? This is where inferential analysis comes into play. Speaking of which, here are examples of the aforementioned when dealing with experiments involving two groups:

Student's t-test and Paired t-test

Wilcoxon rank sum test and Wilcoxon signed rank test

 Student's t-test and Welch Two Samples t-test