Mann-Whitney Test

Mann-Whitney Test,

Definition of Mann-Whitney Test:

  1. Designating or relating to a method of testing whether the difference between independent observations from two populations has zero median, and hence whether the populations are in fact the same. Chiefly in Mann–Whitney (U) test.

  2. A non-parametric test that compares the mean values of two samples. The Mann-Whitney test can be used to evaluate two different data populations, such as performance results from two separate production lines, or customer survey responses taken before and after a process improvement has been implemented.

Meaning of Mann-Whitney Test & Mann-Whitney Test Definition