Application of Ranked Set Sampling to Normality Tests
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Keywords

Simple random sampling
ranked set sampling
normality tests
R test
Z test.

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Erem, A., & Arslan, G. (2015). Application of Ranked Set Sampling to Normality Tests. Journal of Advances in Applied &Amp; Computational Mathematics, 2(1), 05–12. https://doi.org/10.15377/2409-5761.2014.02.01.2
Received 2015-03-30
Accepted 2015-03-30
Published 2015-04-02

Abstract

The normality assumption is used in many statistical analyses and is also a fundamental concept in statistics. Because of this there are many statistical tests for testing the normality assumption. Two of the most primitive ones are the R and Z tests. The main aim of this study is to investigate the application of ranked set sampling to these tests. Therefore, by using the idea of ranked set sampling, modifications of the R and Z tests are considered. Using simulations the results of these new tests are discussed.

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