I just want to show another two plots for the statistical power of a test, since I didn't have time for this earlier

The code to produce them is just calling the methods of the power classes, for example for the one sample t-test.

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## Wednesday, May 1, 2013

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Power Plots in statsmodels

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I just want to show another two plots for the statistical power of a test, since I didn't have time for this earlier

The code to produce them is just calling the methods of the power classes, for example for the one sample t-test.

Labels:
graphics,
statistical power,
Statistics in Python,
statsmodels

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