In This Chapter
Understanding how hypothesis tests can be conducted for two population means
Using the F-distribution to compare the variances of two populations
Comparing the means of three or more populations with ANOVA
Checking out different approaches to measuring correlation
Multivariate techniques are used to analyze the relationship between two or more variables. These techniques are of necessity more complex than univariate techniques (which are covered in Chapter 13).
This chapter shows how hypothesis testing can be used to determine the relationship between any and all of the following:
The chapter also discusses correlation in detail, showing two different approaches to computing it:
Testing a hypothesis about the means of two different populations is conducted in six ...