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Figure 1: Schematic relationship between Type I and Type II errors. Sampling distribution under the null (red) and alternative (blue) hypothesis, Red shaded area represent the probability of Type I error whereas blue shaded areas represent probability of a Type II error. In panel A the middle green line represents higher Type I error rate which needs to be brought down (green arrow). By increasing the statistical power (panel B), Type II error rate is reduced. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lorne_Campbell/publication/283018459/figure/fig1/AS: [email protected]/Fi

Figure 1: Schematic relationship between Type I and Type II errors. Sampling distribution under the null (red) and alternative (blue) hypothesis, Red shaded area represent the probability of Type I error whereas blue shaded areas represent probability of a Type II error. In panel A the middle green line represents higher Type I error rate which needs to be brought down (green arrow). By increasing the statistical power (panel B), Type II error rate is reduced. <a target=https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lorne_Campbell/publication/283018459/figure/fig1/AS: [email protected]/Fi">