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The Statistically Significant Exact Replication Method: A Programming and Conceptual Extension
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Mid-Western Educational Researcher Volume 19, Number 4, ISSN 1056-3997

Abstract

The purpose of this article was to extend the research pertaining to the idea of a statistically significant exact replication (SSER) method published recently in the Mid-Western Educational Researcher. The current study continues the idea of SSER and provides researchers with a software program that will calculate easily the SSER value when there is a statistically significant finding, via an independent samples t-test, to assist in determining the chance that an exact replication will be statistically significant beyond 50%. This article also presents an expansion of the SSER concept to the one-way analysis of variance. (Contains 2 tables.)

Citation

Walker, D.A. (2006). The Statistically Significant Exact Replication Method: A Programming and Conceptual Extension. Mid-Western Educational Researcher, 19(4), 7-11. Retrieved December 11, 2019 from .

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