point estimates


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point estimates

[′pȯint ‚es·tə·məts]
(statistics)
Estimates which produce a single value of the population.
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Point estimates for all anomalies after Tdap vaccination ranged from 1.
Earlier, we addressed one sampling-related issue: the construction of range estimates around point estimates generated by our regression equation.
Providing variation estimates along with point estimates of value may significantly help users and appraisers better understand and manage their risk.
Point estimates, upper and lower 95% confidence bounds, variance components (sampling, sightability, model) from application of 4 moose sightability models to observation data from helicopter-based moose surveys, Spokane district, northeastern Washington, winters 2002-2012.
Again, our point estimates indicate that marginal changes in research spending reduce the impact of the knowledge produced by universities and the estimate is statistically significant at the 5% level.
Party size (number of anglers fishing together as a group) point estimates were generally very close to census values in all of the survey scenarios.
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.
The top half of Table 2 shows mean perceived risks for the 201 respondents who provided point estimates of the risk, whereas the bottom half of the table shows the midpoint of the range of perceived risks as reported by the 96 respodents who did not provide a point estimate.
We find that both methods produce very similar point estimates of teacher value added.
Within sections on descriptive statistics, probability and distributions, and hypothesis testing, she explains such matters as types of variables and levels of measurement, measures of dispersion, point estimates and confidence intervals, hypothesis testing with two population means or proportions, and elements of regression analysis.