confidence limit


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confidence limit

[′kän·fə·dəns ‚lim·ət]
(statistics)
One of the end points of a confidence interval.
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With Figure 21, it is clear that relationship of the 2nd lag in ACF and PACF graphs slightly passed the confidence limit.
The team performs hydrologie modeling using the projected land use and climate data to estimate projected design discharges and confidence limits.
BMDL, lower confidence limit of the benchmark dose; SNCD, signal-to-noise crossover dose.
3 Practical limit 30 44 MCD: mean consecutive differences; MIPI: mean interpotential interval; SD: standard deviation; CL: confidence limit
In such cases, when the lower and upper confidence limits denote two very different clinical outcomes, we would need to conclude that the sample was just too small and the CI therefore too wide to allow a final judgment on the effectiveness of the drug.
Sixty-seven percent of Phase 1 and 2 combined, and 60 percent of Phase 2 patients, all at nine months post-intervention, fell above the 95 percent upper confidence limit.
59) SD: Standard Deviation Table 3: Difference of the gas measurements and Narita target heart rate equation methods in determination of the AT Narita gas measurements Difference; [+ or -] 90% [Mean (SD)] [Mean (SD)1 confidence limit * 130.
In detail we apply a hybrid method that includes the combined application of ANNs on the Upper Confidence Limit (UCL) and Lower Confidence Limit (LCL) of the [(1-[alpha]).
In the definition of confidence limit (LL = mean - C*SE), C is not 'confidence coefficient' but is the critical value obtained from the Statistical Table corresponding to the prescribed confidence coefficient.
The study was a noninferiority trial, which meant that the researchers aimed to show that a new treatment (here, clinically driven monitoring) was not worse than a standard treatment (routine monitoring) by a prespecified, clinically meaningful degree; they determined that the upper 95% confidence limit of the hazard ratio for the measure encompassing death and new stage 4 conditions could not exceed 1.
Under the 95% confidence intervals for the rate ratio for Other/Multiple, the lower confidence limit should be 2.