Student t-test

Stu·dent t-test

(stū'dĕnt test)
A statistical significance test for assessing the difference between, or the equality of, two or more population means.

Stu·dent t-test

(stū'dĕnt test)
Statistical significance measure for assessing difference between, or equality of, two or more population means.
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The statistical analysis of the associations was done using percentage and student t-test.
Two tailed Student t-test was applied to compare the mean of continuous variables between three trocar and four trocar procedures with p-value of <0.
Comparison between groups for categorical variable was done using chi-square test or Fisher's exact test, where for continuous data student t-test or Mann Whitney Utest were used.
Data analysis: Chi-square and Student t-test were performed to examine the difference in sex ratio.
On the other hand there was a significant increase in the use of statistical methods: student t-test (48.
Para a analise estatistica da amostra foram usados os testes, Qui-quadrado ([chi square]) de Pearson e o Student t-test do SPSS 20, com um nivel de significancia minimo (p) de 0.
For gender differences independent student t-test was performed.
To evaluate the statistical assumptions of the student t-test was used for independent samples and test results in Table 1 below.
Before running the ANOVA and Student t-test, the block effect (pond location differences) was included as a factor and discarded because its effect was not significant for any of the studied variables.
1 Investigating the normality of variables and testing the hypotheses with student t-test

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