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interval estimate

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(Statistics) statistics an interval within which the true value of a parameter of a population is stated to lie with a predetermined probability on the basis of sampling statistics. Compare point estimate
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Based on these data, the interval estimate is from 147 to 153 thousand returns.
Further, for zero observed successes, the Wald interval estimate is [0,0].
With respect to the BNP data set, the 95% interval estimate of the AUC obtained by resampling (0.
io] lower than the lower confidence interval estimate suggests that the prey species was exploited more than expected (+).
There are 11 factor substitution estimates, so a 95% interval estimate results from bounding these parameters with [[?
Collectively, the envelope of these models forms our interval estimate of probabilities.
MAX] is based on seven estimated parameters and is therefore itself stochastic, so that an interval estimate will likely be more informative than a simple point estimate.
Confidence interval estimates covering the entire time period are not as readily available for all of the other estimates of [un.
Point and interval estimates were calculated by province and by presenting stage (metastatic [M1] vs.
When the number of alleles is equal, this estimate is the harmonic mean of the two component interval estimates of Ne.
The term was coined by Long Finance proponents as part of a shift from using specific values in accounts to the use of interval estimates and confidence levels, making accounting and auditing practices more closely resemble other measurement sciences.
Among the topics are things people do with censored data that are just wrong, reporting limits, computing interval estimates, correlation, and multivariate methods.