Tag Archives: chi-squared test

Those pesky p-values and simulated p-values

Last time, we investigated the use of the $\chi^2$-test in the following experiment described in [1]: a plot of land was divided into 112 20m by 20m squares. Half of these squares received an artificially large perch, and the researchers observed which squares were chosen by Red-winged Blackbirds to make their nests. The results were […]