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10.15.2019 , 06:13 AM | #11
So dipstik if I am reading your tables correctly, every time you compare an alacrity rating that is below and above our known thresholds for the 1.4s GCD (1212) or 1.3s GCD (3207) the p value is 0 indicating that the observation of different APM is unlikely to be the result of random chance. Every time you compare two alacrity ratings that are on the same side of a threshold I see the p-value much higher, suggesting the observed APM differences are much more likely to be the result of random chance.

This suggests to me that rounding is still occurring to two significant digits, at least as far as GCD is concerned.
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