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For a Mann Whitney test bars should represent what?
For normally distributed groups (compared by a t-test or an ANOVA) bars should represent what?
If you want to visualize that the normally distributed groups are different, what should the error bars represent?
What do the error bars represent in the pairwise differences graph?
Error bars: what would be more informative?
Are there additional values you need to know to correctly interpret the results of the statistical test? You may select multiple answers.
This graph was shown in a VIB seminar. What extra info do you need to interpret the results of the statistical test? Multiple answers may be selected.
I was frustrated after the VIB seminar so I looked up the figure in the corresponding publication. it was published in one of Nature’s journals.
Is there still info missing that you need to interpret the results of the statistical test? Multiple answers may be selected.
Is this plot ok? The bars represent a mean and the error bars represent 95% CIs