Comparing Signifance Between 2 Continuous Variables

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Comparing Signifance Between 2 Continuous Variables

Postby erweinstein » Thu Jul 10, 2014 3:37 pm

This may be an easy question, but I'm totally stuck.

So I have my column on the left of patient ID numbers, 1 through 50. Then I have two more columns, let's say their height at visit 1 and then their height at visit 2. How do I compare if there is a significant change between the height at each of these visits?
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Re: Comparing Signifance Between 2 Continuous Variables

Postby statman » Thu Jul 10, 2014 8:24 pm

Look into ANOVA or one of the t-tests

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