Statistical Analysis of Height Differences by Gender

This project highlighted the intricacies of hypothesis testing through the lens of comparing heights between male and female populations, utilizing the R programming language for statistical analysis.

The initial step involved randomly selecting 30 individuals from each gender group, emphasizing the importance of randomness for statistical validity. The project navigated through calculating means and variances, and advanced to hypothesis tests to assess differences in variances and means between the two groups. This progression underscored the nuanced nature of hypothesis testing, particularly in scenarios where data characteristics such as unequal variances require specific analytical approaches. The selection of appropriate tests based on these characteristics was crucial, showcasing the complexity and careful judgment needed in statistical analysis.

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