Table 1.

Statistical tests and their details

Location in articleTest usedSample sizeTest statisticExact p value
Figure 2FPearson correlation coefficient112 Blocks from 6 micer = −0.7851.1731 × 10−24
Figure 3C (left)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Two groups (6 mice and 5 mice)F = 4.260.0378
Figure 3C (right)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Two groups (6 mice and 5 mice)F = 5.820.0157
Figure 3DPearson correlation coefficient61 Blocks from 5 micer = −0.5494.727 × 10−6
Fig. 4F (left)two-sample t testTwo groups (5 mice and 6 mice)t = 2.30140.0469
Fig. 4F (middle)two-sample t testTwo groups (5 mice and 6 mice)t = 2.07270.0681
Fig. 4F (right)two-sample t testTwo groups (5 mice and 6 mice)t = −0.17360.8665
Figure 4IPearson correlation coefficient55 Blocks from 6 micer = −0.4831.833 × 10−4
Figure 5AOne-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Three groups (6 mice, 5 mice, 6 mice)F = 4.250.036
Figure 5BOne-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Three groups (6 mice, 5 mice, 6 mice)F = 4.120.0393
Figure 5C (left)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Two groups (5 mice and 6 mice)F = 5.380.0455
Figure 5C (right)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Three groups (6 mice, 5 mice, 6 mice)F = 3.750.0498
Figure 6Ft Test with Bonferroni multiple-comparison correctionSeven micet Statistics (1.7 s, 5 s, 8 s, 12 s, 20 s) = 7.3560, 8.6679, 6.5347, 5.2867, 3.4159)0.0007, 0.0003, 0.0013, 0.0032, 0.0189
Fig. 9E (top)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey-Kramer)Three groups (6 mice, 5 mice, 6 mice)F = 6.05880.0127
Fig. 9E (bottom)One-way ANOVA with post hoc multiple comparisons (Tukey–Kramer)Three groups (6 mice, 5 mice, 6 mice)F = 5.58410.0165
Fig. 10FTwo-sample t testSix mice in each cohortt = −2.97580.0139