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Statistical Methods Data Analysis Physics716
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. to scribble all the time. • Literature – see web page. Particle Data Booklet is also useful, as I will use mostly examples.

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Statistical Methods Data Analysis Desch Uni Bonn Köln
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1. Describe data sets (e.g. sets of measurements) with few numbers (mean, .

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Statistical Methods Data Analysis Physics716
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.. This is simplyIt is shown in the paper that this method works well for c s and a good choice for.

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Statistical Methods Data Analysis Physics716
statistical methods data analysis physics716
The test for which they are as small as possible is called the Neyman-Pearson Test. Only possible if the hypothesis and its alternative are simple. Want to make β small for a given α, or in other words A PA (x) dx = 1 − β should be as large as possible for a given (small) P (x) dx =This integral over the rejection region corresponds to the region for which PA (x)/PH (x) is as R H large as possible. ⇒ Slide: Comparison of probability distributions for hypothesis and its alternative (neyman.mnf) Fix some .

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Statistical Methods Data Analysis Physics716 –ss
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Will come back later to use χ2 to fit data to theoretical distributions. For now, if you expect each measurement . average, assuming that there are no known problems with the data.χ2 /(N − 1) 1: Depending on reason, can choose not. of the error, taking into account known problems with the data.χ2 /(N − 1) > 1: This indicates that the errors.

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