I'm running a t-test to compare priming-condition (professor vs hooligan) with results on a trivia test.
Firstly; Is the bellow error " 'data' argument is of the wrong type " influencing the results?
Secondly; Why for this t-test, unlike my others, i'm not receving a primilary "estimate" value and why is the parameter 6404? (i have 6406 participants, but the parameter values for my t-tests of different datasets seem random.
library("tidyverse") t.test(correct_raw ~ prime_code, data = select, var.equal = TRUE, alternative = "two.sided") %>% tidy() #> Error in terms.formula(formula, data = data): 'data' argument is of the wrong type
Created on 2019-07-21 by the reprex package (v0.3.0)