Students t-test

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The students t-test is a method of testing hypotheses in statistics. Specifically, the test is a way to measure the significance of a difference of means between two distributions, such as an observed distribution compared to the Normal distribution. The test relies on assumptions of normal distribution, non-sphericity, kurtosis and heteroskedasticity.

Often the students t-test is used when comparing the mean between two groups, even if the standard deviations of the two groups are unknown.