two-tailed

two-tailed

adj
(Statistics) statistics (of a significance test) concerned with the hypothesis that an observed value of a sampling statistic differs significantly from a given value, where an error in either direction is relevant: for instance, in testing the fairness of scales, an inspector will seek to exclude both overweight and underweight goods. Compare one-tailed
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In both cases, the differences between EU and non-EU member countries were statistically significant (financial risk, two-tailed p=0.
01, two-tailed TABLE 2 Correlations of Measures in United States Respondents Measure 1 2 3 1.
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Salinity showed a statistical difference between reaches (paired two-tailed, A3) = - -4.
03 standard deviation on a 95% confidence interval the two-tailed p-value remained 0.
The team also built two-tailed bots, which they found can swim even faster.
He has completely rewritten the chapter on regression modeling and added or clarified material on one-tailed and two-tailed tests, choosing the right statistical tests for a particular study, and programming.
The two-tailed t test was applied to determine statistically significant differences between the mean SiCa levels in the two groups both pre- and postoperatively.
Two-tailed testing is used when the null hypothesis is equal to a value, since we are interested in both values greater than or less than a value.
The analysis is done using formal test of hypothesis for the difference between two means of financial performances of corporations with three different supervisory board characteristics using both directional one-tailed and nondirectional two-tailed tests.
All comparisons are two-tailed tests unless directionally hypothesised, in which case the one-tailed probability is reported.
In three out of cases the p-value for the one-tailed and two-tailed test was 0.