Q: What is the symbol for nonparametric hypothesis test?

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c2 (Chi Square)

A paired samples t-test is an example of parametric (not nonparametric) tests.

symbol for research hypothesis are written in two ways . Ha or H1 . both meant to address research hypothesis.

A hypothesis is the first step in running a statistical test (t-test, chi-square test, etc.) A NULL HYPOTHESIS is the probability that what you are testing does NOT occur. An ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS is the probability that what you are testing DOES occur.

e (Epsilon)

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c2 (Chi Square)

Yes, Chis squared test are among the most common nonparametric statistics tests.

A paired samples t-test is an example of parametric (not nonparametric) tests.

A classic would be the Kolmogorov-Smirnov test.

If the distribution is parametric then yes.

Jerry D. Gibson has written: 'Introduction to nonparametric detection with applications' -- subject(s): Statistical hypothesis testing, Nonparametric signal detection, Demodulation (Electronics)

When the variable that is being tested has an unknown distribution.

The answer depends on what character is used for the variable that is used for the population values.

test your hypothesis.

Lehmann has written: 'Nonparametrics : statistical methods based on ranks' -- subject(s): Nonparametric statistics, Statistical hypothesis testing

symbol for research hypothesis are written in two ways . Ha or H1 . both meant to address research hypothesis.

It is found under Analyze ---> Nonparametric Tests ---> 1 Sample K-S