In this chapter we present a well-known test for the problem if two independent samples are drawn from the same population or not. The test is based on very few assumptions, for example, it is not necessary to specify the distributions beyond the fact that they are continuous distributions.
|Description:||Tests if two independent samples are sampled from the same distribution.|
|Hypotheses:||(A) vs for at least one|
|(B) vs with for at least one|
|(C) vs with for at ...|