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- 1. Wilcoxon signedrank test Advance Statistics Joshua Batalla MP-Industrial
- 2. Introduction of the statistical concept • The test is named for Frank Wilcoxon (1892–1965) • The Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test is designed to test a hypothesis about the location (median) of a population distribution. It often involves the use of matched pairs, for example, before and after data, in which case it tests for a median difference of zero. • The Wilcoxon Signed Ranks test does not require the assumption that the population is normally distributed
- 3. Uses of Wilcoxon signed rank test • You use the Wilcoxon signed-rank test when there are two nominal variables and onemeasurement variable. One of the nominal variables has only two values, such as "before" and "after," and the other nominal variable often represents individuals. This is the non-parametric analogue to the paired t-test, and should be used if the distribution of differences between pairs may be non-normally distributed.
- 4. Requirements • Data are paired and come from the same population. • Each pair is chosen randomly and independent. • The data are measured at least on an ordinal scale, but need not be normal. • The distribution of the differences is symmetric around the median
- 5. Formula Let let be the sample size, the number of pairs. Thus, there are a total of 2N data points. For and , denote the measurements. H0: median difference between the pairs is zero H1: median difference is not zero. 1. For , calculate and , where is the sign function. 2. Exclude pairs with 3. Order the remaining difference, . Let be the reduced sample size. pairs from smallest absolute difference to largest absolute . 4. Rank the pairs, starting with the smallest as 1. Ties receive a rank equal to the average of the ranks they span. Let Calculate the test statistic denote the rank.
- 6. Formula , the absolute value of the sum of the signed ranks. 1. As For increases, the sampling distribution of converges to a normal distribution. Thus, , a z-score can be calculated as . If then reject For , If is compared to a critical value from a reference table.[1] then reject Alternatively, a p-value can be calculated from enumeration of all possible combinations of given .
- 7. Sample Application Wilcoxon test Worked Example: In order to investigate whether adults report verbally presented material more accurately from their right than from their left ear, a dichotic listening task was carried out. The data were found to be positively skewed.

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