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*  Rayleigh distribution - Wikipedia
Confidence intervals[edit]. A (1 − α) confidence interval is given by N. x. 2. ¯. χ. α. /. 2. 2. ≤. σ. ^. 2. ≤. N. x. 2. ¯. χ. ... Given a random variate U drawn from the uniform distribution in the interval (0, 1), then the variate ...
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*  Stochastic programming - Wikipedia
confidence interval for f. (. x. ). {\displaystyle f(x)}. : [. g. ^. N. (. x. ). −. z. α. /. 2. σ. ^. (. x. ). N. ,. g. ^. N. ( ...
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*  Generalized additive model - Wikipedia
which can be used to produce confidence/credible intervals for the smooth components, f. j. {\displaystyle f_{j}}. . The ... Nychka, D. (1988). "Bayesian confidence intervals for smoothing splines". Journal of the American Statistical Association. 83. ... Wahba, G. (1983). "Bayesian Confidence Intervals for the Cross Validated Smoothing Spline". Journal of the Royal Statistical ... Marra, G.; Wood, S.N. (2012). "Coverage properties of confidence intervals for generalized additive model components". ...
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*  Evofosfamide - Wikipedia
... confidence interval [CI]: 0.71 - 1.01; p=0.0589).[citation needed] Risks published in the quarterly/annual reports of Threshold ...
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*  Permian-Triassic extinction event - Wikipedia
Wang, S.C.; Everson, P.J. (2007). "Confidence intervals for pulsed mass extinction events". Paleobiology. 33 (2): 324-336. doi: ... percentage of marine genera that are present in each interval of time but do not exist in the following interval) vs time in ... Leighton, L.R.; Schneider, C.L. (2008). "Taxon characteristics that promote survivorship through the Permian-Triassic interval ... "Massive release of hydrogen sulfide to the surface ocean and atmosphere during intervals of oceanic anoxia". Geology. 33 (5): ...
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*  Glycated hemoglobin - Wikipedia
Data in parentheses are 95% confidence intervals. HbA1c. eAG %. mmol/mol[35]. mmol/L. mg/dL ...
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*  Sorafenib - Wikipedia
... confidence interval [CI], 0.35 to 0.55; P,0.01).[11] In Australia this is one of two TGA-labelled indications for sorafenib, ...
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*  Muscle atrophy - Wikipedia
... confidence interval of 0.11-0.594 kilograms (0.24-1.31 lb). The studies included in the meta-analysis had durations of 2-12 ... confidence interval: 0.11, 0.594; Z value=2.85; P=0.004). There were no significant fat mass changes between intervention and ... confidence interval: -0.32, 0.159; Z value=0.66; P=0.511). CONCLUSION: Beta-hydroxy-beta-methylbutyrate supplementation ...
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*  Group size measures - Wikipedia
Confidence interval for median group size.. Insiders' view of group size[edit]. As Jarman (1974) pointed out, average ... Confidence interval for mean crowding.. Example[edit]. Imagine a sample with 3 groups, where group sizes are 1, 2, and 6 ... 2008) discuss the statistical problems associated with group size measures (calculating confidence intervals, 2-sample tests, ...
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*  Australians - Wikipedia
See the source for 95 per cent confidence intervals. *^ "Australia's Rudd Dials Hong Kong Expats". The Wall Street Journal. 29 ...
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*  Vietnamese people - Wikipedia
See the source for 95 per cent confidence intervals. *^ "Vietnamese Community in Great Britain". Runnymede Trust. Retrieved ...
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*  Hormone replacement therapy - Wikipedia
Nominal confidence intervals unadjusted for multiple looks and multiple comparisons. References[edit]. *^ a b c d e f g h i ... The relative risk of breast cancer also varies depending on the interval between menopause and HRT and route of administration. ...
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*  Frequentist probability - Wikipedia
Neyman's derivation of confidence intervals embraced the measure theoretic axioms of probability published by Kolmogorov a few ... Neyman formulated confidence intervals and contributed heavily to sampling theory; Neyman and Pearson paired in the creation of ... hypothesis testing and confidence intervals) all based on frequentist probability.. Alternatively,[11] Jacob Bernoulli (AKA ...
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*  Body armor - Wikipedia
This procedure defines a confidence interval of an estimate of V0. (See "NIJ and HOSDB test methods".) ... one can rigorously set the V0 at a confidence interval. Test Standards now define how many shots must be used to estimate a V0 ...
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*  Mann-Whitney U test - Wikipedia
Nakagawa, Shinichi; Cuthill, Innes C (2007). "Effect size, confidence interval and statistical significance: a practical guide ... A non-parametric 0.95 confidence interval for HLΔ accompanies these estimates as does ρ, an estimate of the probability that a ... The Mann-Whitney U test is preferable to the t-test when the data are ordinal but not interval scaled, in which case the ... so one can recommend the Mann-Whitney U test as the default test for comparing interval or ordinal measurements with similar ...
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*  Hazard ratio - Wikipedia
7][8][page needed] Statistically significant hazard ratios cannot include unity (one) in their confidence intervals.[5][page ... Regression models are used to obtain hazard ratios and their confidence intervals.[1] ... Conventionally, probabilities lower than 0.05 are considered significant and researchers provide a 95% confidence interval for ... where N(t) is the number at risk at the beginning of an interval. A hazard is the probability that a patient fails between t. ...
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*  Errors and residuals - Wikipedia
We can therefore use this quotient to find a confidence interval for μ. ...
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*  Probability distribution fitting - Wikipedia
With the binomial distribution one can obtain a confidence interval of the prediction. Such an interval also estimates the risk ... the chance that the predicted event still remains outside the confidence interval. The confidence or risk analysis may include ... Frequency predictions and their binomial confidence limits. In: International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, Special ... to predict the probability or to forecast the frequency of occurrence of the magnitude of the phenomenon in a certain interval ...
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*  Sam Weerahandi - Wikipedia
Lee, J. C., and Lin, S. H. (2004). Generalized confidence intervals for the ratio of means of two normal populations. Journal ... Mathew, T. and Webb, D. W. (2005). Generalized p-values and confidence intervals for variance components: Applications to Army ... Bebu, I., and Mathew, T. (2009). Confidence intervals for limited moments and truncated moments in normal and lognormal models ... Weerahandi, S. (1993). Generalized Confidence Intervals. JASA, 88, 899-905. Wu, J.F., and Hamada, M.S. (2009). Experiments: ...
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*  Survey data collection - Wikipedia
The standard statistical inference procedures (e.g. confidence interval calculations and hypothesis testing) still require a ...
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*  Saturated fat and cardiovascular disease - Wikipedia
... confidence interval [CI], 0.21-0.71) (the origin of the number used in the meta-analysis is unclear). Also, relevant data from ...
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*  Bootstrapping (statistics) - Wikipedia
... then percentile confidence-intervals are often inappropriate. There are several methods for constructing confidence intervals ... If the bootstrap distribution of an estimator is symmetric, then percentile confidence-interval are often used; such intervals ... confidence-interval for the population median is (26, 28.5), which is close to the interval for (25.98, 28.46) for the smoothed ... As a result, confidence intervals on the basis of a Monte Carlo simulation of the bootstrap could be misleading. Athreya states ...
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*  Bradley Efron - Wikipedia
"Bootstrap confidence intervals for a class of parametric problems." Biometrika. Efron, B. (1987). "Better bootstrap confidence ... intervals". Journal of the American Statistical Association Efron, B. (1990). "More efficient bootstrap computations". Journal ...
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*  OpenMx - Wikipedia
Confidence intervals are estimated robustly. The program has parallel processing built-in via links to parallel environments in ...
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*  Charles R. Marshall - Wikipedia
Confidence intervals on stratigraphic ranges. Paleobiology 16:1-10. Presentation of the Charles Schuchert Award of the ... Marshall's first prominent work was on using confidence intervals to better estimate the full stratigraphic range of a lineage ...
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