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Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
7/23/07 at 11:40 a.m. (Through Rocklin49er)
200 of 226 votes (88%) are between 9 and 11 wins.
217 of 226 votes (96%) are between 8 and 12 wins.
All but two people voted that the team would have a winning record (8-8 or better).
Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
7/23/07 at 11:40 a.m. (Through Rocklin49er)
200 of 226 votes (88%) are between 9 and 11 wins.
217 of 226 votes (96%) are between 8 and 12 wins.
All but two people voted that the team would have a winning record (8-8 or better).
That looks an awful lot like a bell curve. Is the data statistically significant?
Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
7/23/07 at 11:40 a.m. (Through Rocklin49er)
200 of 226 votes (88%) are between 9 and 11 wins.
217 of 226 votes (96%) are between 8 and 12 wins.
All but two people voted that the team would have a winning record (8-8 or better).
That looks an awful lot like a bell curve. Is the data statistically significant?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statistical_significance
Looks like 6 and 16 wins are beyond 2 standard deviations from the mean.
Originally posted by NineFourNiner:Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by NineFourNiner:
7/23/07 at 11:40 a.m. (Through Rocklin49er)
200 of 226 votes (88%) are between 9 and 11 wins.
217 of 226 votes (96%) are between 8 and 12 wins.
All but two people voted that the team would have a winning record (8-8 or better).
That looks an awful lot like a bell curve. Is the data statistically significant?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statistical_significance
Looks like 6 and 16 wins are beyond 2 standard deviations from the mean.
Given the sample size, I think 7 and 13 wins are beyond 2 standard devs. I haven't run the calcs, tho.
Originally posted by aplainhuman:
10-6
Originally posted by wysiwyg:Originally posted by aplainhuman:
10-6
Mean, Median, and Mode