Q: What test has high correlation and well accepted outcome?

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not otherwise....split half method is one way of determining reliability of your test and Spearman-Brown formula is a technique used to re-calculate the correlation of your test when you split your test items into half.... this means that the result of Spearman-Brown provides you the correlation of your test in full length.

Fisher's exact probability test, chi-square test for independence, Kolmogorov-Smirnov test, Spearman's Rank correlation and many, many more.

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The outcome of the test would be "run successful" or "run failed".The outcome of the test would be "run successful" or "run failed".The outcome of the test would be "run successful" or "run failed".The outcome of the test would be "run successful" or "run failed".

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A prediction in an experiment is called hypothesis. It is an educated guess about what's high likely to happen.

Test variables are the factors that are intentionally changed or manipulated by the researcher in an experiment, whereas outcome variables are the factors that are measured and affected by the test variables. Test variables are the independent variables that are controlled by the researcher, while outcome variables are the dependent variables that change in response to the test variables. The relationship between the test variables and outcome variables is explored to determine the effect of the test variables on the outcome variables.

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This would be an example of a negative correlation, where as one variable (air temperature) increases, the other variable (activity of test animals) decreases.

High doses of Tylenol would not affect any of the common blood tests, although it may affect the outcome of a liver enzyme test.

A negative correlation is when you compare 2 sets of data on a line graph (e.g. scores in a French test and scores in an English test), the higher one thing is, the lower the other is (e.g. someone might score 98% on the French test but only 12% on the English test (or visa versa)). A positive correlation is the other way around. A weak correlation is when there is a lot of deviation from the line of best fit (there will always be one with correlations as a line of best fit shows correlations after all) whereas with a strong correlation, there is little deviation.

That is a hypothesis.

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Clinicopathological correlation means considering the history, physical, and test results together. It is often to attached to a test or imaging result that may represent an abnormality or may be an insignificant finding.