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← Gender and Shoes - Intro to Inferential Statistics

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  1. We going to wrap this lesson up with one last question. What proportion of the
  2. difference in pairs of shoes owned can be attributed to gender? In other words,
  3. you found that the difference between the pairs of shoes owned on average by
  4. our sample of males and females, was about 15. How much of this difference can
  5. be explained by the fact that some are males and some are female? This is found
  6. by r squared, which is the ratio of our t-statistic squared, divided by t
  7. squared plus the degrees of freedom.