Combining data from a Wilcoxon test

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Combining data from a Wilcoxon test

Postby Kamatari » Thu May 08, 2014 9:27 pm

Hello everyone, this is my first post. Please be gentle!

I have two iterations of a prototype for a self-service machine. For each iteration the participants have completed 10 tasks and have been timed. This means that 10 participants have tested prototype A first, then B and 10 participants have tested prototype B first, then A. To analyse the data I sorted it from each task based on order. This gave me 20 files, one for each task and for each condition (A-B) or (B-A).

My question is then, is it possible to combine this data in some way to see which of the two prototypes are the most efficient? Right now I feel like it is difficult to say something about the individual prototypes by themselves.

Thanks for any help! I will be happy to clarify more if needed.

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