fiducial limits

fiducial limits

[fə¦dü·shəl ′lim·əts]
(statistics)
The boundaries within which a parameter is considered to be located; a concept in fiducial inference.
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Statistical differences between LC50 values were determined using the presence or absence of overlap in the 95% fiducial limits.
90] values along with their fiducial limits, regression equation and chi-square were calculated.
The use of confidence or fiducial limits illustrated in the case of the binomial.
95]) and the 95% fiducial limits were determined by probit analysis using PoloPC (LeOra software 1987).
50] values (in days), 95% fiducial limits (FL), and regression slopes were estimated by probit analysis (Finney 1971) using POLO PLUS software for Windows (LeOra software 2007).
Fiducial limits at 95% interval were used for differentiation of significance levels (Litchfield and Wilcoxon, 1949).
The LC50 and LT50 values and their 95% fiducial limits were calculated from probit analysis (Finney, 1971) using Minitab(r) 15 computer software.
50] values compared were considered significantly different if their respective 95% fiducial limits (F.
Significant differences among LC50 and LT50 values were inferred by non overlapping of 95% fiducial limits (Ahmad et al.
50] value of 2005; however, as in 2005, the fiducial limits of the [LC.
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