Let's say you have obtained a given sample statistic on which you are ready to declare your conclusion about the validity of the null hypothesis. Before you do that, though, would it not be nice if you could assess the chances of getting a result like this again had you done the experiment a second time. What would the variation in this sample statistic look like had you done this experiment many times over. A set of methods, called resampling methods, may be suitable to give you a clue about how sensitive the sample statistic is with respect to the very


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