For a two-sample multivariate test, the hypothesis is that the mean vectors μ 1, μ 2 of two samples are equal.
This test is sometimes referred to as an independent samples t-test, or an unpaired samples t-test.
Instead, we take the standard error for each group separately.
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The greater the degrees of freedom, the better your statistical test will work.
As long as the P-value is less than 0.