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*  Robust confidence intervals
In statistics a robust confidence interval is a robust modification of confidence intervals, meaning that one modifies the non- ... Before trusting the results of 100 objects weighed just three times each to have confidence intervals calculated from σ, it is ... The 200 extra weighings served only to detect and correct for operator error and did nothing to improve the confidence interval ... He could then use a bootstrap calculation to determine a confidence interval narrower than that calculated from σ, and so ...
*  Confidence interval
A confidence interval for the parameter θ, with confidence level or confidence coefficient γ, is an interval with random ... confidence interval does not mean that 95% of the sample data lie within the interval. A confidence interval is not a ... Various interpretations of a confidence interval can be given (taking the 90% confidence interval as an example in the ... The explanation of a confidence interval can amount to something like: "The confidence interval represents values for the ...
*  Binomial proportion confidence interval
In statistics, a binomial proportion confidence interval is a confidence interval for the probability of success calculated ... "Confidence Intervals". Boston University School of Public Health. Wallis, Sean A. (2013). "Binomial confidence intervals and ... the interval is (1 − 3/n,1). There are several research papers that compare these and other confidence intervals for the ... The Agresti-Coull interval is also another approximate binomial confidence interval. Given X {\displaystyle X} successes in n ...
*  CDF-based nonparametric confidence interval
... based nonparametric confidence intervals are a general class of confidence intervals around statistical functionals of a ... Given a confidence envelope for the CDF of F {\displaystyle F} it is easy to derive a corresponding confidence interval for the ... CDF-based confidence intervals require a probabilistic bound on the CDF of the distribution from which the sample were ... The equally spaced confidence interval around the empirical CDF allows for different rates of violations across the support of ...
*  Sam Weerahandi
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: ...
*  Bootstrapping (statistics)
... 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 ...
*  Bradley Efron
"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 ...
*  OpenMx
Confidence intervals are estimated robustly. The program has parallel processing built-in via links to parallel environments in ...
*  Charles R. Marshall
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 ...
*  Score (statistics)
... in the formulation of confidence intervals; in demonstrations of the Cramér-Rao inequality. The score function also plays an ...
*  Estimation statistics
... confidence intervals are also 83% prediction intervals: one experiment's confidence interval has an 83% chance of capturing any ... Confidence intervals behave in a predictable way. By definition, 95% confidence intervals have a 95% chance of capturing the ... As such, knowing a single experiment's 95% confidence intervals gives the analyst a plausible range for the population mean, ... Gardner, M. J.; Altman, D. G. (1986-03-15). "Confidence intervals rather than P values: estimation rather than hypothesis ...
*  Quantile regression
Kocherginsky, M.; He, X.; Mu, Y. (2005). "Practical Confidence Intervals for Regression Quantiles". Journal of Computational ...
*  Generalized additive model
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". ... Nychka, D. (1988). "Bayesian confidence intervals for smoothing splines". Journal of the American Statistical Association. 83. ... which can be used to produce confidence/credible intervals for the smooth components, f j {\displaystyle f_{j}} . The Gaussian ...
*  CLs method (particle physics)
... however it differs from standard confidence intervals in that the stated confidence level of the interval is not equal to its ... Suppose that q ( X ) {\displaystyle q(X)} is a test statistic from which the confidence interval is derived, and let p θ = P ( ... doi:10.1140/epjc/s10052-011-1554-0. Leon Jay Gleser (2002). "[Setting Confidence Intervals for Bounded Parameters]: Comment". ... Mark Mandelkern (2002). "Setting Confidence Intervals for Bounded Parameters". Statistical Science. 17 (2): 149-159. doi: ...
*  Muscle atrophy
... 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 ...
*  Statistical significance
"Confidence Interval or P-Value?". doi:10.3238/arztebl.2009.0335. StatNews #73: Overlapping Confidence Intervals and Statistical ... "Conclusions about statistical significance are possible with the help of the confidence interval. If the confidence interval ... Confidence levels and confidence intervals were introduced by Neyman in 1937. Statistical significance plays a pivotal role in ... ISBN 0-471-82211-6. Cumming, Geoff (2012). Understanding The New Statistics: Effect Sizes, Confidence Intervals, and Meta- ...
*  Survival analysis
The hazard ratio HR = exp(coef) = 1.58, with a 95% confidence interval of 0.934 to 2.68. Because the confidence interval for HR ... Kaplan-Meier curve for aml with the confidence bounds. # By default, R includes the confidence interval. plot(aml.survfit, xlab ... Don't print the confidence interval. plot(aml.survfit, xlab = "Time (weeks)", ylab="Proportion surviving", conf.int=FALSE, main ... The summary output also gives upper and lower 95% confidence intervals for the hazard ratio: lower 95% bound = 1.15; upper 95% ...
*  Enzalutamide
... confidence interval, 0.15-0.23). In addition, a phase II trial began in March 2011 comparing enzalutamide with bicalutamide in ... confidence interval, range of 0.59-0.83), and radiographic progression-free survival, with an 81% reduction in risk of ...
*  Human mortality from H5N1
... confidence interval, 1.06-1.23), and direct contact with sick poultry (odds ratio, 1.73; 95% confidence interval, 1.58-1.89). ... confidence interval, 0.96-1.12), sick or dead poultry in the household but with no direct contact (odds ratio, 1.14; 95% ... the mortality rates for the resulting human adapted pandemic strain cannot be predicted with any confidence. The global case ...
*  Group size measures
Confidence interval for mean group size; Median group size, the median of group sizes calculated over groups; Confidence ... 2008) discuss the statistical problems associated with group size measures (calculating confidence intervals, 2-sample tests, ... Confidence interval for mean crowding. Imagine a sample with 3 groups, where group sizes are 1, 2, and 6 individuals, ... interval for median group size. As Jarman (1974) pointed out, average individuals live in groups larger than average. Therefore ...
*  Depression in childhood and adolescence
... confidence interval, 1.29-3.83). A dose-response relationship between the number of episodes of depression during adolescence, ...
*  British Jamaican
See the source for 95% confidence intervals. "The World Factbook: Jamaica". Central Intelligence Agency. Retrieved 11 May 2010 ...
*  Somalis in the United Kingdom
See the source for 95% confidence intervals. Vertovec, Steven (2007). "Super-diversity and its implications". Ethnic and Racial ...
*  Vietnamese people in the United Kingdom
See the source for 95% confidence intervals. "Meeting the needs of Vietnamese adult learners". National Institute of Adult ...
*  Suits index
"Confidence Intervals for the Suits Index" (PDF). National Tax Journal. March 2003. Retrieved 2007-05-16. Distributive impacts ...