# Statistics - Z Scale

The Z-scale is the standard scale in statistics where:

## Score

Any score from any scale can be converted to Z scores

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Multiple linear regression with R functions such as lm Unstandardized Multiple Regression Regression analyses, standardized (in the z scale). The point is a short-cut to select all variables.... R - Scale

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A z-test is used when comparing a sample mean to a population mean, and the population standard deviation is known. z_scale In a z-test, the parameters of the population are known. There is no estimation,... 