Hypothesis Testing for the Difference of Proportions
We've done hypothesis testing around point estimates, like the mean or the proportion, but now we want to work a hypothesis test around the difference of two means. In other words, sometimes we'll want to look at the difference between the proportions of two different populations, consider the normal distribution of the difference of proportions, and then run a hypothesis test around that difference. This means that we'll now have to consider what we know about each population. For instance, do we know one standard deviation, both standard deviations, or neither of the standard deviations?
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 16 min
Series: Hypothesis Testing
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