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Table 12 Kruskal-Wallis test (Computer Science)

From: Influence of algorithmic abstraction and mathematical knowledge on rates of dropout from Computing degree courses

Mean rank and homogenous subsets
Item1 Subset
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
3 622.586         
17 632.72         
15 696.758 696.758        
16 710.823 710.823 710.823       
2   790.887 790.887 790.887      
20   818.048 818.048 818.048 818.048     
21   819.301 819.301 819.301 819.301     
18    869.726 869.726 869.726     
10     912.613 912.613 912.613    
8     937.242 937.242 937.242 937.242   
13      984.285 984.285 984.285 984.285  
3       1093.33 1093.33 1093.33 1093.33
6        1104.43 1104.43 1104.43
12        1113.15 1113.15 1113.15
1        1115.05 1115.05 1115.05
11         1165.84 1165.84
4         1174.51 1174.51
5         1215.00 1215.00
9         1225.69 1225.69
14          1253.26
7          1261.75
Chi-square value 7.599 9.011 7.836 8.886 10.661 6.689 10.969 13.817 9.247
Sig. (two-tailed test) 0.055 0.061 0.098 0.114 0.059 0.082 0.052 0.087 0.415
  1. Homogenous subsets are based on asymptotic significances. The significance level was 0.05
  2. 1Each cell indicates the mean sample position for the variable item