Stat 500 - Fall 2009 - Apparently non-copyrighted online
* indicates the tables in the packet that will be distributed with the exams.
- Normal distribution (Z score)
- T distribution
- Chi-square distribution
- F distribution
- * F
tables with all 3 probabilities together. This is the table
that will be distributed with the exams. Corrected description:
Columns are numerator d.f.;
rows are denominator d.f. Probabilities are shown as 1-alpha.
0.95 is the value to look at to get p < 0.05 or p > 0.05.
Upper tail probabilities of the F distribution
columns = numerator df (df1),
denominator df (df2),
Different tables for different type I error
If the observed F statistic is less than the value
in the alpha = 0.10 table, p > 0.10. If it's between the values in
the 0.10 and 0.05 table, 0.05 < p < 0.10. Ditto for the 0.025 and
0.01 tables. If it's more than the
value in the 0.01 table, p < 0.01.
- Another set of F
tables, with instructions on how to use them.