Wilcoxon signed rank test

Wilcoxon signed rank test,

Definition of Wilcoxon signed rank test:

  1. A test used to evaluate the difference between the magnitudes and signs of paired observations. Originally proposed in 1945 by statistician Frank Wilcoxon, the Wilcoxon signed rank test can be used instead of the T-test to produce a null hypothesis in cases when the population does not conform to normal distribution.

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