marginal probability


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marginal probability

[′mär·jən·əl ‚präb·ə′bil·əd·ē]
(statistics)
Probability expressed by the two conditional probability distributions which arise from the joint distribution of two random variables.
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As an example, the marginal probability associated with Shareholder Responsiveness dummy is -0.
The estimated marginal probability coefficients show that on average the probability of using electric filter to purify drinking water among the third and the fourth wealth-quartile (richest) households is respectively 21.
Based upon the statistics provided by the Insurance Institute of Highway Safety, the marginal probability of an accident in the year 2000 was 3.
Because multinomial logit coefficients do not represent marginal effects, Table 7 calculates the changes in the marginal probability of choosing a business, engineering, or one of the remaining majors; no major choice is the omitted category.
1] , the marginal probability that the counterparty goes into default during the first year; 50 with probability [p.
USEPLAN has the highest estimated marginal probability
This tells us that interest rate traders believe short-term interest rates will largely remain unchanged through the medium term, with a marginal probability of a Swiss National Bank rate hike in the longer-term.
f) Marginal probability averaged over the entire sample.
The marginal probability of an explanatory variable "k" in the probit model is defined as the following partial derivative
Determining Marginal Probability Distributions for ENSO-related Precipitation and Temperatures in the Southeast United States, Final Report to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
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