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Join Date: Jun 2012
Posts: 443
# 112
02-12-2013, 08:07 AM
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Originally Posted by admgreer View Post
Lol , I finished college and I have no Idea what that means except that consoles are not dropping randomly
The Chi-Square value measures the magnitude of the difference between the observed data and the expected outcomes (Uniform).

The df is degrees of freedom and is used with the the Chi-Square value to obtain the probability.

The probability is the final measure which tells you if the observed distribution differs SIGNIFICANTLY from the expected (uniform) distribution. When the probability is <0.05 we can say the two distributions are significant. When the probability is so small (like we are seeing), it means the results are drastically different.

I have a hunch that with additional crafting, we are not going to approach a situation where the observed and expected distributions will be the same. I mean with adding ~50% more data, the magnitude of the difference increased, hence why I am am putting up the values each time I more consoles are added.