I have two sets of samples (A, B) with a relatively high number (~10,000) and I want to see if a factor has affected sample B or not. Naturally, I should use A/B testing. The problem is, the distributions are not normal and I'm interested in the maximum change, not the mean values! So if all you know is how CLT is gonna make everything Gaussian, this is a good point to stop and move on to the next question. The data are distances, so there's a minimum of 0, but there's no max and no guarantee what the distribution is going to look like. As an example, the histograms look like this:
My gut feeling tells me that the maximum of orange sample is just randomly higher than the blue one, but gut feelings are usually wrong. So I want to have some method of testing. I would appreciate any input.
PS: Welch's t-test tells me that with 100.000% confidence, these two distributions are different, but are they?