A hypothesis test and inference is a tool in statistics used to determine if a particular claim is statistically significant
That is whether statistical evidence supports a given hypothesis.
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A sample of data drawn from a population is used to make inferences about that population based on certain characteristics. A statistical inference is not simply made about the specific subjects observed in a study, but also most importantly about the broader population of participants in the study. This study says that beta interferon has effects not just on the 14 subjects in the study, but on all patients with RRMS.
We hope to determine felbamate's effectiveness in treating all patients with intractable partial epilepsy in the felbamate monotherapy study. In contrast to inferential statistics, exploratory data analysis seeks to identify relationships between data sets without being able to draw broader conclusions. A corresponding population characteristic is estimated or inferred using inferential techniques.
We must first define some terminology in order to develop a conceptual view of hypothesis testing. Statistical measures are calculated from data of a sample. Sample statistics include measures such as sample mean (average), median (middle value), and sample standard deviation (typical deviation). In computing parameters, one uses population data to create descriptive measures. The population means, the population medians, and the population standard deviations can be provided as examples.
It is called the sampling distribution when there is a distribution of all possible out of the box values of a statistic, computed from sampling from a certain size of individuals drawn repeatedly from the same group. The goal of statistical inference is to predict parameters of interest based on the laws of probability. Among the parameters of interest in the felbamate monotherapy trial is the difference between the daily seizure rates before and after treatment. Participants randomized to the felbamate arm of this trial had fewer seizures per day than those randomized to the placebo arm.
An indication of something statistical is called an estimation, and a test of a hypothesis is called a statistical hypothesis. For instance, statistical estimation concerns estimating the best possible value for a population parameter, while hypothesis testing addresses whether the study data are consistent with that parameter at some level. In the remainder of this section, we will give an overview of hypothesis testing after briefly discussing statistical estimation.
Statistical estimation takes place in two ways. There are two types of estimation: point estimation, which seeks out the parameter's value that results in the best fit with the data. In the case of beta-interferon/MRI data, for example, how can we obtain the best estimate of treatment effect? In calculating monthly lesions reduced by mean or median, what would be the best estimate?
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