# Extreme.Statistics.Tests Namespace

The

**Extreme.Statistics.Tests**namespace contains classes that represent hypothesis tests.## Classes

Anderson |
Represents the distribution of the Anderson-Darling statistic A.
^{2} |

Anderson | Represents an Anderson-Darling test that a sample is normally distributed. |

Anova | Represents a post hoc test for equality of group means of a one-way Analysis of Variance (ANOVA). |

Bartlett | Represents Bartlett's test that a set of samples have the same variance. |

Chi | Represents a test that a sample comes from a specified distribution. |

FTest | Represents a test that the ratio between the population variances of two samples is equal to a specific value. |

Generalized | Represents a Generalized Extreme Studentized Deviate (ESD) test for multiple outliers in a sample. |

Grubbs | Represents a Grubbs test for detecting a single outlier. |

Hypothesis | Serves as an abstract base class for classes that represent a hypothesis test. |

Kruskal | Represents the Kruskal-Wallis test. |

Levene | Represents Levene's test that a set of samples have the same variance. |

Ljung | Represents the Ljung-Box test that a sample is not auto-correlated. |

Mann | Represents a non-parametric test that two samples are from the same distribution. |

McNemar | Represents a McNemar test on paired proportions. |

Multi | Represents a HypothesisTest based on two or more samples. |

One | Represents a test that the population variance of a Vector<T> is equal to a specific value. |

One | Represents a test that a sample comes from a specified distribution. |

One | Represents a HypothesisTest based on a single sample. |

One | |

One | Represents a test that the population mean of a Vector<T> is equal to a specific value. |

One | Represents a test that the population population mean of a Vector<T> is equal to a specific value when the population variance is known. |

One | Represents a test that a proportion in a population equals a specific proportion. |

Runs | Represents the runs test of randomness. |

Shapiro | Represents the Shapiro-Wilk test that a sample is normally distributed. |

Simple | Represents a hypothesis test that verifies a statistic with known distribution. |

Stuart | Represents a Stuart-Maxwell test |

Studentized | Represents the studentized range distribution. |

Two | Represents a test that two samples come from the same, unspecified distribution. |

Two | Represents a HypothesisTest based on two samples. |

Two | Represents a HypothesisTest based on two samples. |

Two | Represents a test that the difference between the population means of two samples is equal to a specific value. |

Two | Represents a test that the difference between two proportions of independent samples is significant. |

## Enumerations

Exactness | Enumerates the possible values that specify whether the calculations for a hypothesis test should be exact or use an approximation. |

Hypothesis | Enumerates the possible values for a hypothesis test. |

Levene | Enumerates the ways the central tendency of a sample is calculated in Levene's test. |

Sample | Enumerates the possible ways to relate two samples in a two sample hypothesis test. |