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interval estimate

[′in·tər·vəl ‚es·tə·mət]
(statistics)
An estimate which specifies a range of values for a population parameter.
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Using point and interval estimates of the prevalence of disability and the mortality tables produced by the IBGE, we calculated disability-free life expectancy incorporating the uncertainties raised by the prevalence of disability shown in Figure 1.
The standard error of the estimate, SE(X), needed to construct the confidence interval estimate, is:
5 Unbiased Interval Estimates are Often Possible when Unbiased Numerical Estimates are Not Possible
The term was coined by Long Finance proponents as part of a shift from using specific values in accounts to the use of interval estimates and confidence levels, making accounting and auditing practices more closely resemble other measurement sciences.
Among the topics are things people do with censored data that are just wrong, reporting limits, computing interval estimates, correlation, and multivariate methods.
A brief description of the approximation to point and interval estimates is presented in Appendixes A and B and further technical details can be found in Bonett & Price (2005).
Induced percentile left censoring may not offer improvement in the interval estimates for a mill with such small variability (Fig.
Table 2 is an example of such classifications and contains point estimates and interval estimates of failure rates (frequencies).
The interval estimates for reproduction numbers covered the actual values for days 0-7.