# Medical Errors Action Group

Medical Errors Action Group

Seven different statistical tests and a process by which you can decide which to use.

The tests are:

Test for a mean,

test for a proportion,

difference of proportions,

difference of two means – independent samples,

difference of two means – paired,

chi-squared test for independence and

regression.

This video draws together videos about Helen, her brother, Luke and the choconutties.

There is a sequel to give more practice choosing and illustrations of the different types of test with hypotheses.

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## 39 Replies to “Medical Errors Action Group”

You just thought me how to do market research in less than 10 minutes

I suddenly wanted to have some Choconutties and there were none, in the middle of the night. <bawls>

Super Like … Great Thanks

Most useful diagram i have found and its so simple. If i found this earlier I wouldn't have had such are hard time following along in class!!!!

Thank you this has helped with my assignment

Anyone have a picture of that 3 row chart with the graphs on it

Thanks for the video. What happens when there are more than 2 samples at play?

Thank you. Excellent video

Gem of a video!!

Nice one. Technology in action. I will continue to practice. Thanks.

Good, informational video and thank you for including closed captions!

Hi Nic, your tutorial is very useful. is there any chance to reach your slides of this video. thank you

thank you soon much 🙂 it was very clear and systematic, helped a lot!

I got her accent after watching this…

grabs chuconutaysso maybe someone can help me with this

I need to do a study where I will be using two surveys on the same group of people

both are likert scales: Big five inventory (personality traits) the second on the multifactor leadership questionnaire (they can score either high or low in transformational leadership. What statistical tests should I be using. BTW my degree is in psychology not SPSS lol

god these videos are great! I'm an idiot and she makes it so simple and easy to understand.

mam can you please leave a link of video for ANOVA and other related tests? i want to note down details about these tests too, it will be of great favour

8:42 Helen screaminhg at respondents and, PAUSE THE VIDEO if u have self esteem looooooooooooooooooooooollllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll

anyways, thank u so much i am really happy that ur video has taught me alot i was worried about my research papers but now i am feeling satisfied gona subscribe ur channel for sure<3

This is a great video but you could talk abit slower would have been more better

what accent is this ffs??? new zealand,scottish jeezzz ive never heard a person speak like this before?

Very helpful video. Helen's got an attitude though. Hilarious.

The video is quite helpful, but is too fast and at times incomprehensible..

If only two samples , can we use ANOVA??

Thank you so much from Myanmar

You save my Midterm !!!

Perfect Video for New Researcher

Well explained and fun. Thanks

What about testing variances ??

Good explanation.v useful. Thanks

very helpful explanation, thx for sharing

I don't understand the "example 6". Why it is "regression analysis" instead of "difference of two means (paired) ? Isn't it correct to use second one?

I'm studying for my comprehensive exam..and found this very useful..thanks. I don't mind the accent at all…

Gorgeous accent XD Aussie or kiwi?

Why is the answer to Q#3 "paired" and not "independent" …. I got that wrong 🙁

Otherwise u saved my statistical life .. excellent vid

what should i use if im trying to identify if gentrification causes crime?

i have a gentrified and a non gentrified area

and have crime statistics for both area from 2015-18

URGENT thanks!

great video

I've not finished the video yet, but it's been really helpful so far! Breaking it down into those questions has helped me figure out what I'm looking for.

Thanks for the help, but the way you implemented the insulting comments such as "Pause the video if you have any kind of self esteem" end up being, to some extent, directed towards those who actually paused the video and thus had the time to read them…

Isn’t the test ultimately dependent on the underlying characteristic of the r.v.?

Hi there- is there a playlist that contains videos detailing all of the different tests. I've seen it twice now and don't remember seeing links embedded in the video after describing each test. Maybe I am missing something? But I'd like to learn more in-depth about each type of test