Peter

]]>Here is an example of a hypothesis: Low context cultures will use more factual communication than high context cultures

The data is all the textual information across 8 facebook walls throughout the world. The definition of Low/High context cultures is made clear by our theory, and the same goes for factual communication. From here, we have counted the occurrences of factual communication from the walls. This enables us to calculate a frequency for each wall, but this will hardly be substantial enough.

Our question is this. What approach would you suggest taking using descriptive statistics and what approach using inferential statistics?

I hope it makes sense, and thanks in advance!

Best regards, Denmark

]]>I have seen a book example that, Friedman test can be used as a nonparametric analogue of ‘Two way ANOVA without replication’. My question is whether Friedman test can also be used as a nonparametric analogue of ‘Two way ANOVA with replicates data.

Thanks in advance and regards,

Alam ]]>