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Extra info for Handbook of Parametric and Nonparametric Statistical Procedures, Second Edition
86 A leptokurtic distribution is characterized by a high degree of peakedness. The scores in a leptokurtic distribution tend to be clustered much more closely around the mean than they are in either a mesokurtic or platykurtic distribution. Because of the latter, the value of the standard deviation for a leptokurtic distribution will be smaller than the standard deviation for the latter two distributions (if we assume the range of scores in all three distributions is approximately the same). The tails of a leptokurtic distribution are heavier/thicker than the tails of a mesokurtic distribution.
4 To illustrate the above, consider the following three distributions A, B, and C, each of which is comprised of 10 scores. Distribution A is symmetrical, Distribution B is negatively skewed, and Distribution C is positively skewed. The value of sk is computed for each distribution. 08 0 . The value skA 0 indicates that Distribution A is symmetrical. Consistent with the fact that it is symmetrical is that the values of the mean and median are equal. In addition, since the scores are distributed evenly throughout the distribution, both tails/extremes are identical in appearance.
Table A10. Table A11. Table A12. Table A13. Table A14. Table A15. Table A16. Table A17. Table A18. Table A19. Table A20. Table A21. Table A22. Table A23. Table of the Normal Distribution Table of Student’s t Distribution Power Curves for Student’s t Distribution Table of the Chi-Square Distribution Table of Critical T Values for Wilcoxon’s Signed-Ranks and Matched-Pairs Signed-Ranks Tests Table of the Binomial Distribution, Individual Probabilities Table of the Binomial Distribution, Cumulative Probabilities Table of Critical Values for the Single-Sample Runs Test Table of the Fmax Distribution Table of the F Distribution Table of Critical Values for Mann–Whitney U Statistic Table of Sandler’s A Statistic Table of the Studentized Range Statistic Table of Dunnett’s Modified t Statistic for a Control Group Comparison Graphs of the Power Function for the Analysis of Variance Table of Critical Values for Pearson r Table of Fisher’s zr Transformation Table of Critical Values for Spearman’s Rho Table of Critical Values for Kendall’s Tau Table of Critical Values for Kendall’s Coefficient of Concordance Table of Critical Values for the Kolmogorov–Smirnov Goodness-of-Fit Test for a Single Sample Table of Critical Values for the Lilliefors test for Normality Table of Critical Values for the Kolmogorov–Smirnov Test for Two Independent Samples © 2000 by Chapman & Hall/CRC Introduction Although it is assumed that the reader has prior familiarity with these topics, the intent of this Introduction is to provide a general overview of the basic terminology employed within the areas of descriptive statistics and experimental design.