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(Statistics) statistics a specific value assigned to a parameter of a population on the basis of sampling statistics. Compare interval estimate
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Siegel and colleagues argue that the point estimates for the highest exposure category are unreasonably high and contradict literature showing protective effects of radiation on cancer.
Statistically speaking, point estimates of the mean in a normal distribution actually have zero confidence.
The point estimates for the odds ratios were all below 1 for in situ disease, indicating a potential protective effect of depression, Dr.
2) As a result of this proceeding Contracting Authority intends to conclude a framework agreement for each task separately with a maximum of 5 Contractors who have obtained the best point estimates for each task separately, selected in the basis of the evaluation criteria described later in the Terms of Reference.
Accredited statistics include: Served Impressions, Views (Viewable Impressions), InView Percentage, Engaged Percentage, Unique Cookies, Total 2+ Population Gross Rating Point estimates, and its Alerts, Blocks and Exception functions, based on brand safety considerations and geographical identification at a U.
Current sample size point estimates suggest that the enrollment target for the current study can be reduced to nearly half of the original target.
On the basis of Equation (3) and with statistical significance at least at the 10% level: C denotes point estimates consistent with stochastic convergence.
These observations indicated that sardine schools in coastal waters are detected in greater abundance than schools in open water, that school species composition may be influenced by type of coastal habitat, and showed a decrease in point estimates of total SCB sardine tonnage from 2012 to 2013.
Our point estimates are very close to Payne and Siow (2003) who find that an increase in earmarks for research funding of $1 million increases the number of papers by about ten.
When stratified by age group, the point estimates for VE against influenza A (H3N2) and B infections were largely consistent across age groups, with the exception that lower VE against influenza A (H3N2) was observed among adults aged =65 years.
1c] of 9% or greater, they noted, adding that while adjustment for demographic variables did not "alter the shape of the relationship" and point estimates for hypoglycemia risk remained higher at the two extremes of glycemic control, the differences in risk between each [HbA.