Bartlett-Box F test

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In statistics, a test that several groups come from populations with the same variance. For sufficiently large sample sizes, a non-significant probability allows a researcher to reject the hypothesis that the variances differ. The test assumes that the observations come from normal distributions. [Named after the English statisticians Maurice Stevenson Bartlett (1910–2002) and George Edward Pelham Box (born 1919) and the F statistic that it uses]

Subjects: Psychology.

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