Samantha Lomuscio

Bootstrapping is a statistical procedure that utilizes resampling (with replacement) of a sample to infer properties of a wider population.

What is Logistic Regression?

Logistic regression is a predictive analysis that estimates/models the probability of event occurring based on a given dataset. This dataset contains both independent variables, or predictors, and their corresponding dependent variables, or responses.

One of the most well-known statistical tests to analyze the differences between means of given groups is the ANOVA (analysis of variance) test. While ANOVA is a great tool, it assumes that the data in question follows a normal distribution. What if your data doesn’t follow a normal distribution or if your sample size is too small to determine a normal distribution? That’s where the Kruskal-Wallis test comes in.