inferential statistics


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inferential statistics

n
(Statistics) (functioning as singular) another name for statistical inference
Translations
statistica inferenziale
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The study will use a mixed method research: 1) inferential statistics (t-test) on the EU labour participation using EU Labour Force Survey; 2) a multiple case-study approach by collecting primary through firm-based interviews and secondary data from company reports as well as industry and regional aggregate data from Eurostat and the Labour Force Survey; 3) Fuzzy-set Qualitative Comparative Analysis - Boolean algebra and set theory - will be applied to detect interaction effects amongst firms upgrading strategies and workforce skill development.
Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to compare scores between the groups.
Data was then analyzed using descriptive analysis such as frequencies and means as well as inferential statistics including correlations and factor analysis using IBM SPSS Statistics v.
Part V: These sections include chapters regarding experimental design, inferential statistics and computer design, Bayesian statistics, and predictive modeling.
Additional research is needed to substantiate findings among matched cohorts, using inferential statistics, before definitive practice recommendations can be made.
8] therefore the current sample size of twice that is believed to be sufficient to support the use of inferential statistics.
Labor and employment experts say the most important aspect of the 9th Circuit's decision is the part in which it addresses "trial by formula," or using inferential statistics to determine classwide damages.
The mathematics of inferential statistics requires a random sample.
Writing the statistical research summary, the nature of inferential statistics, use and functions of SPSS, using SPSS to recode for t test, descriptive statistics and z scores are discussed.
The author introduces theories and models for planning a research project, qualitative data collection methods, possible variables for quantitative methods, survey techniques, sample size calculation, inferential statistics, project budgets, and the elements of a written report.
However, the series of small yet significant issues with the inferential statistics, as in the foregoing examples, gives the reader less confidence in conclusions drawn using inferential statistical techniques.
For the first time ever, Hammer's team was able to investigate the timing of human population expansion by applying sophisticated inferential statistics to a large multilocus autosomal data set re-sequenced in multiple contemporary sub-Saharan African populations.