The Matched Pairs platform compares the means between two or more correlated variables and assesses the differences. For example, you might compare a blood pressure measurement taken on the same subject before a treatment and again after the treatment. A statistical method called the paired t-test takes the correlated responses into account.
The platform produces a graph of the paired differences by the paired means, and the paired t-test results for all three alternative hypotheses. Additional features provide for more than two matched responses and for a grouping column to test across samples, in a simple version of repeated measures analysis.