节作者: Jonas Rafi

t-test: One sample

How to perform a one-sample t-test in jamovi:
  1. You need one continuous continuous variable and a mean to test against (typically the mean being tested is zero).
    A correct setup should look similar to this:

    data_format_ttest_onesample


  2. Select AnalysesT-TestsOne Sample T-Test.

    select_ttest_onesample


  3. Drag and drop your dependent variable to Dependent Variables.

    add_var_ttest_onesample


  4. Locate the section Hypothesis further down, this is where you enter the mean you want to test against.

    options_ttest_onesample


  5. The result is shown in the right panel.

    output_ttest_onesample


Further help from the community resources

This video by Barton Poulson provides a more comprehensive introduction into this test.
For those, aiming to stretch even further to an in-depth introduction, you can read the respective section in the “Learning statistics with jamovi” web documentation or chapter 11.2 of the e-book by Danielle J. Navarro and David R. Foxcroft.