Bartlett’s Test

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Definition: Bartlett’s Test

Bartlett’s test is used in Statistics to test whether a certain number of samples selected from a population have equal variances or not. This is done to test the assumption made in Analysis of Variances (ANOVA) that samples have equal variances.


Consider the testing of ‘k’ samples with a sample size ni& sample variance ‘Si ’for the ith sample and ‘N’ being the total sample size.

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