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Shapiro-Wilk's normality test

Shapiro-Wilk's normality test

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International Journal of Health, Physical Education and Computer Science in sports ISSN 2231-3265 (On-line and Print) ISRA Journal Impact factor is 6.997. Journal published Quarterly for the months of March, June, September and December. IJHPECSS is refereed Journal. Index Journal of Directory of Research Journal Indexing, J-Gate, 120R etc. Interna...

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... this end, the Shapiro-Wilk test was interpreted. As it is shown in Table 2, the assumption of normality for all dependent variables was satisfied for both groups, as assessed by Shapiro-Wilk's test (P > 0.05). ...
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... 1 list the variables (mean ± SD) describing 11 anthropometric variables, five body composition variables and lifting performance (Snatch and Clean and Jerk) of subjects. Table 2 list the variables (mean ± SD) describing somatotype variables of subjects. ...
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... significant differences were recorded, the results were subjected to post hoc analysis using Scheffe's Confidence Interval test. The results are presented in Table 2. ...
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... of path analysis is shown in Table 2 where regression weights are obtained. It is evident from the result that Coaching Competence and Social Emotional Competence has an influence on Commitment (β = 0.275, P < 0.001; β = 0.529, P < 0.001). ...
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... respondents composed of Grades 1-3 by which Grade 1 dominants the number of respondents with 35.7% follows by Grade 2 with 32.4% and the least is Grade 3 with 31.9% of the respondents. Table 2 shows the level of physical literacy of the primary grade pupils in terms of (a) walking, (b) running, and (c) jumping. Walking got the highest mean and has mostly moderate scores and verbally interpreted as moderate on the level of physical literacy of the primary grade pupils while running and jumping mostly have a low score and a lower means and both verbally interpreted as low on the level of physical literacy of the primary grade pupils. ...
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... is evident from Table 2 that mean value of stress level of boxers and judokas came out to be 149.73 and 144.86 and the mean difference is 4.869 which indicates that boxers and judokas differ highly from each other on the variable stress. ...
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... is apparent from Table 2 that the mean value of cognitive ability (intuitive score) level of quarter final looser and final winner female intercollegiate hockey players is 69.61 and 65.14, respectively. The mean difference is 4.47. ...
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... is unusual to note that many sportspersons are found to be severely deficient in Vitamin D. This may be because of changes in dressing, changes in eating habits, and due to subclinical malabsorption. Food intolerances among sportsperson need to be evaluated as they contribute for poor absorption of micronutrients [ Table 2]. ...
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... results on Mean and Standard deviation of BMI and blood pressure are given in Table 2. From Table 2, it is clear that the data on BMI and blood pressure male and female retired sportspersons are normally distributed and has acceptable homogeneity expressed in terms of standard deviation. ...
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... results on Mean and Standard deviation of BMI and blood pressure are given in Table 2. From Table 2, it is clear that the data on BMI and blood pressure male and female retired sportspersons are normally distributed and has acceptable homogeneity expressed in terms of standard deviation. BMI in men and women was 26.46 ± 4.65 and 24.72 ± 3.10, respectively. ...
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... obtained F value, that is, 51.13617 is much higher than the table F value, that is, 2.78 and hence the selected experimental variables caused the significant change in the selected HDL cholesterol levels of the subjects. Table 2 contains the mean values of the selected criterion variable, that is, HDL cholesterol of the subject. The table brings out the following observations. ...