Felix Bush (Robert Duvall) is a hermit who has no regard for anybody in the town or anyone who wants to get to know him. But one day, after a fellow old hermit has died and he hears people in the town telling stories about him, he decides that he needs to get these stories out in the public. He recruits Frank (Bill Murray), the local funeral home director, to host his own funeral. This way he can hear what everyone is saying about him, and get the truth to his past out in the open. But will he be able to get anybody to come? And will he be able to reveal his secrets? Written by napierslogs
Hello Charles. I’m doing comparing water quality before 2010 and after 2010. I’m using t-test from excel to test it. I also used SPSS to run Mann-whitney U-test on the same data. From SPSS, one of the results showed : “Exact Sig. [2*(1-tailed Sig.)]”. From my understanding, I think SPSS determine it as a one-tailed and thus i need to divide the p-value by 2 in order to get the right . But how do i know that the results from t-test in excel is in one tailed or two-tailed? If mann-whitney analysis it as one-tailed, should i take the one-tailed p-value for t-test too (say I run on the same set of data).