Sen–Puri test

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A test, most used in medical contexts, in which individuals are re-examined at a sequence of t time points. The individuals belong to one of a set of groups (usually corresponding to different treatments). The Sen–Puri test is a non-parametric test of the null hypothesis that the sequences of observations have arisen from a common distribution. The test uses scores, based on ranks, accumulated over the time points.

Subjects: Probability and Statistics.

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