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October 2nd, 2009, 04:08 PM   #1
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two sample KS-test


I am not sure how to check whether my KS-test result is significant.
I have preformed the test on two samples of sizes 20,25 which accepted the null hypothesis with p-value of 0.17

what is the most accurate way of assessing whether this is significant (confidence of 0.05)
I have seen some correlation coefficients in relation to the confidence interval, but would rather use a general formula...

thanks in advance,

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