Probability and Statistics > Tables
- Binomial Distribution Table
This binomial distribution table has the most common cumulative probabilities listed for n.
- Chi-Squared Table
The chi squared table is used in hypothesis testing. It helps you to decide whether to accept or reject the null hypothesis. The chi squared table you will find here has the most common values for chi squared. You can find exact figures by using Excel (how to calculate a chi square p value Excel), SPSS (How to perform a chi square in SPSS) or other technology. However, in the vast majority of cases, the chi squared table will give you the value you need.
- F Table
The F Table is used to look up F Statistics in hypothesis testing. While it’s more common to use technology like Excel or SPSS to run tests, the F Table can be useful for quickly looking up several different values at once.
- Inverse T Distribution Table
This table gives the inverse cumulative distribution function (CDF) for Student’s T-Distribution. The formula for the inverse T-distribution is:
If a random variable X has a T-distribution with ν degrees of freedom, then Pr (X ≤ x) = P.
- PPMC (Pearson’s) Critical Values Table
Pearson Product-Moment Correlation (PPMC) Coefficient Table of Critical Values
- T Distribution Table
For more info on the parts of the t table, including how to calculate them, see: degrees of freedom and alpha level.
- Z-Table (Right of Curve or Left)
Beyer, W. (2017). Handbook of Tables for Probability and Statistics 2nd Edition. CRC Press.