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Statistical Hypothesis Testing with SAS and R by Dirk Taeger, Sonja Kuhnt

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Appendix A

Datasets

Table A.1 Systolic blood pressure (mmHg) of 25 healthy subjects (status=0) and 30 subjects with hypertension (status=1).
Table A.2 Results of a test of the intelligence quotient of 20 subjects before training (IQ1) and after training (IQ2)
Table A.3 Diameters (cm) of workpieces produced by three different machines.
Table A.4 Status of malfunction of 40 workpieces produced by companies A and B, where malfunction=1 indicates a defect.
Table A.5 Number of hospital infections and number of hospitals on the islands of Laputa and Luggnagg with these infections as well as the total number of hospitals on both islands
Table A.6 Body weight (cm) and body height (kg) of 10 male (sex=1) and 10 female (sex=2) students of a biometry and statistic course
Table A.7 Results of 15 coin tosses with heads (side=1) and tails (side=0)
Table A.8 Wheat harvest (in million tons) in Hyboria between 2002 and 2011
Table A.9 Results of inspecting X-rays from 20 patients by two independent reviewers (1=silicosis; 0=no silicosis)
Table A.10 Waiting time (in minutes) at a ticket machine
Table A.11 p-values of 20 t-tests
Table A.12 Crop of tomatoes (in kilograms) of 15 fields in three different green houses with five different fertilizers
Table A.13 Contingency table with the health ratings (poor, fair, and good) of 94 patients determined by two general practitioners. Numbers are absolute values of patients

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