Tmax Hypothesis testing [Nonparametrics]

posted by SDavis Homepage – UK, 2019-12-18 16:52  – Posting: # 20998
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Hi Amrit,
As Helmut indicated it would be greatly preferred to have defined your Statistical Analysis Plan before acquiring your data.

If you don't have the software /expertise in house already then of course you can pay a consultant to analyse it for you (and advise you for future studies). There are many of these consultants on this forum already and I imagine you can direct message them if you need their services. If you wish for Certara to perform the analysis for you; we also have a consulting group you can contact. IF you can't find it on the website then feel free to PM me.

Simon.

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