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Sample Test Flow Chart

Transcript: If p-value <= alpha (default is .01) reject H0 If normal: t.test(column1, column2, alternative= "two.sided", paired=TRUE) *test mu=median z1=c(3.9,1.4,4.1,5.5,2.3) z2=c(5.4,2.0,4.8,3.8,3.5) z3=c(1.3,.7,2.2,NaN, NaN) shapiro.test(z1) shapiro.test(z2) shapiro.test(z3) Z=c(z1,z2,z3) f=c("Treatment 1", "Treatment 2", "Treatment 3") k=3 n=5 tm=gl(k, 1, n*k, factor(f)) tm av=aov(Z~ tm) summary(av) Z-test t.test(x,y, alternative="two.sided", mu=, var.equal=TRUE) Step 1: z-test (n>30) z.test( ) t-test (n<=30) t.test( ) v>.05, pooled Two Sample (Not Normal) r-code: wilcox.test(x,y, alternative=,mu=) p-value > 0.05 ~ normal (fail to reject H0) p-value<= 0.05 ~ not normal (reject H0) If both are normal and n>30, then If: If all p-values> 0.05 z.test(x,y, alternative="two.sided", mu=, sigma.x=,sigma.y=, conf.level=.95) v=var.test(x,y) One Sample If p-value <= alpha (default is .01) reject H0 *two.sided, greater, less than If: at least one column is not normal, use Wilcox test there is correlation between two columns AND both are normal, then use paired t-test at least one column has n<30 and both are normal, then use 2 sample t-test both of the columns has n>30, then use z-test. r-code: kruskal.test(data not normal) ✳✱* Check both columns for normality Two Sample (Normal) *Install Teaching Demos Package, library(BSDA), library(mass) If v<.05, unpooled Sample Test Flow Chart *sigma.x= sd(x) sigma.y= sd(y) Test the Median *dnn=data not normal dn= data normal shapiro.test( ) If at least one shapiro.test: p-value <=0.05 Step 0: Check normality If p-value >alpha, fail to reject H0 If p-value > alpha (default is .01) reject H0 t.test(x,y, alternative="two.sided", mu=) Normal Distribution If p-value > alpha (default is .01) fail to reject H0 T-test Paired T-Test If not normal, sign.test(dnn-dn) Not Normal Three or more samples sign.test(data set, md=0, alternative= "two.sided", conf.level= 0.95 ) If p-value <=alpha, reject H0 shapiro.test(x) shapiro.test(y) shapiro.test(z)

Sample Flow Chart

Transcript: R&D will work with roving operators to find the ideal twist levels, make the correct hank roving, and score a promising CV Inspection and Shipping R&D works with winding technician to ensure strong, clean splices Retainer is taken to lab for storage Two knitdowns are done, one for lab and one for R&D's analysis/future reference If sample is carded at railroad, R&D will go over the setup with Joe and help with setup Request recieved We must keep track of the samples we send and follow up with customers to hear their thoughts and suggestions so we can continue to constantly improve Once complete, a cone will be taken to salesman and approved for shipment Max will contact the customer and inform them of the completion and arrange shipment Drawing Follow-up If carded at Clevemont, R&D will work with technician to ensure proper setup Salesman reviews request with R&D Go over details such as package size, pounds, TM, RM numbers, etc. Code is assigned, setup sheet is made, and sample is scheduled. Sample Flow Chart Patrick Yarn Mills At all processes, all setings must be recorded to ensure the ability to duplicate This includes test data, machine settings, and any special notes Release to Clevemont End Customer is notified of estimated delivery If sample is to be doubled, R&D will meet with Margarito and Danny to go over specifics such as package size, whether wax will be needed, and twist levels Once the sliver is finished, Joe will alert R&D, who then will release for transport to Clevemont. R.R. will store the cans in the designated location until release Distribution will alert R&D upon arrival of the sliver and will place in designated area Winding Max schedules S1 and S2 R&D sets up spinning frame and analyses test data All test data is recorded Roving Spinning Carding When drawing is ready to begin, R&D will approve startup. Plying/Twisting

AUTOMATED EMAILS FLOW CHART TEMPLATE

Transcript: CUSTOMER ABANDONS THEIR CART A: Personalized Letter sent from "web manager" thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. B: Traditionally designed email thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. immediately a,b test content & presentation customer win backs acquisition CUSTOMER BUYS 3 TIMES 7 days later SIGNS UP FOR NEWSLETTER a,b test content & presentation customer loyalty A: Have you seen our latest adventures? (promo blog content) B: Advertise some user generated photos of Howler Products. Build a grass-roots social presence and pump it out through this channel. 48 hours later customer loyalty Send a promo code that can be shared with 5 friends -- make the customer feel inclusive/VIP. a/b test subject lines CUSTOMER BUYS 2 TIMES immediately a,b test content & presentation A: Personalized Letter sent from "web manager" thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. B: Traditionally designed email thanking them for their loyalty. Encourage them to share images on IG with hashtag. 48 hours later customer loyalty a,b test content & presentation A: Have you seen our latest adventures? (promo blog content) B: Advertise some user generated photos of Howler Products. Build a grass-roots social presence and pump it out through this channel. 2 hours later a,b test subject lines A: It looks like you left something behind B: Hey Name/There, your order is ready to be ordered. 48 hours later a,b test subject lines A: Last chance to check out this order! B: Grab it before someone else does. CUSTOMER ABANDONS THEIR CART 1 PURCHASE, NO VISIT IN 3 MONTHS a,b test content & presentation A: Welcome back, check out a few items we picked specially for you. Give produets the center stage. B: Welcome back, check out our latest stories. Give content the center stage. drifting customer a,b test content & presentation A: Use promo code to enjoy free shipping on your next order, but this week only! Use a deadline to establish sense of urgency, use free shipping as incentive. B: Enjoy a percentage off 1 category (ie hats, accessories, T's, but this week only! Again, use the deadline to establish a sense of urgency and discount as incentive. immediately 1 month later

Flow chart

Transcript: Trojan War Flow Chart The prince of Troy (Paris) goes to Sparta The King of Sparta Menulas left to go on a trip and told Helen to look after Paris When Menulas come back he look for Helen. Then someone tells him that Helen left with Paris Menulas now wants war on Troy because he was married to Helen When Sparta reach Troy, there were Trojans ready for battle After ten years Paris and Menulas fight one on one. When Menulas was draggng Paris back to the Greeks camp Paris vanished Achilles cousin Patroclus goes to battle replacing him. Patroculs gets killed by hector Achilles finds out and fights again Then Achilles kills Hector and drags hos body back to the Greeks camp The king of Troy (king Priam) beggs Achills to give Hectos body back and he does The next day Achills gets shot with an arrow Paris dies because he got shot with an arrow Someone thinks of a plan to build a wooden horse and put 30 Spartens in it and then at night open the gates of Troy to let the rest of the army in So all the grteek army went away and the trojans thought they won so they started to party Troy said no so Menulas declairs war on Troy Helen spell is broken When it was night time and the Trojans were sleeping the people in the horse went out open the gates of Troy and standing there was the army of Greece Paris looks at Helen the queen of Sparta and like each other Starts in Sparta The Greeks win and go back home victorice and Menulas forgive Helen and she comes back with him When Paris leaves he takes Helen with him back to Troy Sparta gets there army ready for battle but first some men from Sparta go to Troy and ask for Helen back.

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