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A little. Used it like 2 years ago. Can’t remember shit now
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Lil bit
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But I can refer someone
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Yes please
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Abdul Rehman thank You. Waiting for his kind response
Yeah sure.
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Yes,You can discuss
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Thank you. Actually im doing a research for my dissertation. Ive 4 variables under study. All of them have normal distribution except one. And that variable is tested as a moderator. Now what should i do? Should i treat my data as normally distributed or non-normal?
Skewness value for that variable is 0.023 and kurtosis is 0.002. And QQ plots also show normality but Shapiro Wilk and K-S test show the value of 0.00 (p< .001). Means null hypothesis is accepted that data is not normally distributed. I wonder what’s wrong with these tests then? Why despite of minute skewness and kurtosis, it is not giving significant value for alternate hypothesis.
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