Bartlett's test

Bartletts test,

Definition of Bartletts test:

  1. A test used in statistics to determine if samples in an experiment originated from populations with equal variances, or total ranges of values. Bartletts Test determines whether this equality, known as homoscedasticity or homogeneity, is present across all populations, and can be used to detect if a tested population has a non-normal distribution of individuals.

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