An editor of a video game web site wants to determine whether the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5.
 Open the randomization test for 1sample proportion dialog box.
 From the drop down, select Summarized data.
 In Number of events, enter 124.
 In Number of trials, enter 200.
 In Hypothesized proportion, enter 0.5.
 Select Options.
 From Alternative hypothesis, select Proportion > hypothesized value.
 Enter 1 in Base for random number generator.
Note
Using Base for random number generator ensures that your results match the example.
 Click OK.
Interpret the results
The alternative hypothesis states that the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5. Because the pvalue is 0.002, which is less than the significance level of 0.05, the editor rejects the null hypothesis and concludes that the proportion of readers that own a PlayStation console is greater than 0.5. The histogram shows that the bootstrap distribution appears to be normal, so the editor can trust the results.

Null hypothesis  H₀: p = 0.5  Alternative hypothesis  H₁: p > 0.5 



