Combining Paired and Two-Sample Data Using a Permutation Test

@article{Einsporn2013CombiningPA,
  title={Combining Paired and Two-Sample Data Using a Permutation Test},
  author={Richard L. Einsporn and Desale Habtzghi},
  journal={Journal of data science},
  year={2013},
  volume={11},
  pages={767-779}
}
This paper presents a permutation test for the incomplete pairs setting. This situation arises in both observational and experimental studies when some of the data are in the form of a paired sample and the rest of the data comprise two independent samples. The proposed method uses the data from the two types of samples to test the difference between the mean responses. Our test statistic combines the observed mean difference for the complete pairs with the difference between the two means of… Expand
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