Statistical test selection guide (
This selection guide will help you to choose the right statistical test. The goal of the selection guide is to provide an entry point for your own research on the statistical tool you need to analyze your data. It is not meant to provide an extensive review of the theory and/or application of the different techniques. We decline any responsibility of an incorrect analysis of data. If you press to SUBMIT after getting your recommendation, then you will help to update the statistics of the most common problems in Statistical Inference.
For general references about the subject, you may see
 D.J. Sheskin. Handbook of Parametric and Nonparametric Statistical Procedures. CRC Press, 2003
 G.K. Kanji. 100 Statistical tests. Sage Publications, 2006
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What kind of analysis do you want to perform?
Test about Continuous variables (e.g., height, temperature, blood pressure)
Test about Ordinal variables (e.g. hate, dislike, indifferent, like, love)
Test about Discrete/Categorical variables (e.g., male/female,, yes/no, red/green/blue)
Test about correlation/association
Test about Count data (e.g. number of people entering a room during 1h)
Test about Survival
Multiple dependent and independent variables
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