Which statistical tests should I use?

By ASN Staff

In a piece published by Evidence-Based Nursing, Allison Shorten and Brett Shorten describe different research scenarios and detail which statistical tests may be the most appropriate for the researchers to utilize.

They use the example of “a new ‘mobile phone app’ for patients recently diagnosed with diabetes, with the aim [of] improving patient knowledge about health food choices” who are separated into groups and tested based on usage of the app or no usage.

Please read the full article too see the different questions tested and how the best statistical test for each scenario is chosen.

 

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In a piece published by Evidence-Based Nursing, Allison Shorten and Brett Shorten describe different research scenarios and detail which statistical tests may be the most appropriate for the researchers to utilize.

They use the example of “a new ‘mobile phone app’ for patients recently diagnosed with diabetes, with the aim [of] improving patient knowledge about health food choices” who are separated into groups and tested based on usage of the app or no usage.

Please read the full article too see the different questions tested and how the best statistical test for each scenario is chosen.

 

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Wednesday, April 4, 2018