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mean difference

[′mēn ′dif·rəns]
(statistics)
The average of the absolute values of the n (n- 1)/2 differences between pairs of elements in a statistical distribution that has n elements.
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8759 Table 2: For platelet counts Pairwise comparison Factor Vs Factor 2 Mean difference Std.
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In two monotherapy studies, linagliptin showed a statistically significant mean difference in A1C from placebo of -0.
The adjusted mean difference in the change in scores between groups--the trial's primary end point--was 1.
Similarly, a positive indication for length of stay was derived but it too was not significant with a weighted mean difference of -0.
The mean difference within pretest and posttest scores for the experimental group was -.
The mean difference in the percent stenosis between the estrogen group and the control group was 0.
The mean difference found was significant in almost all attributions of success and failure.