###### Robust **confidence** **intervals**

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**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**

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**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

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**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)

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**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

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**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

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**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: ...###### Statistical significance

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**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

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