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 Binomial Test alternative Chi squared goodness of fit (if n is too large) Chi Squared contingency alternative test Fischer's Exact Test 1 Sample t test alternative Sign test Paired t test alternative sign test 2 sample t test alternative welch's t (if unequal variance) Mann Whitney U if not normal ANOVA Alternative Kruskal Wallis if non normal, or variance is not equal Tukey Kraker follows ANOVA to find out which mean is different Multifactor ANOVA for analysis of more than one categorical variable at a time Correlation alternative spearman's rank correlation Linear regression alternative Polynomial regression for curves Logistic regression for numerical explanatory variable and categorical response variable Binomial test function compares proportional X to a hypothesized p value. Times two for both tails nCx n! x!(n-x)! Chi Squared goodness of fit compares observed expected frequency distributions categorical or discrete numerical variables Chi Squared contingency tests for association between two categorical variables 1 sample t test compares mean to a hypothesized value when data is NORMAL paired t test tests Ho that mean difference of paired data is a specific value cat explanatory variable numerical response two sample t test analyzing differenes in means of num response variables. assumes normal distribution and equal variance