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point estimates

[′pȯint ‚es·tə·məts]
(statistics)
Estimates which produce a single value of the population.
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DTT] point estimates were consistently positive and generally greater than the point estimate for the other pollutant in the model, which could be suggestive of some immediate toxic effect of OP on asthma exacerbation.
The confidence interval around a point estimate from a regression equation (where "point estimate" = a + bX for a given value of X) is constructed as: Lower Limit of the confidence interval = Point estimate--(t-value x SE), while the Upper Limit of the confidence interval = Point estimate + (t-value x SE).
The first step is to simply multiply the point estimate of value by 10%.
As expected, the 4 models generated point estimates of more moose than observed as raw counts, both because of imperfect detection and incomplete sample coverage.
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.
The inclusion of university specific trends does little to alter the point estimate of the research spending elasticity.
pi]s] values that are very close (or equal) to zero produce point estimates that are not significantly different from zero.
The mean perceived risk for current smokers is only 10% greater than that of former smokers (for point estimate respondents perceived risks of current smokers were more than double those of former smokers).
Moody's also revised its LGD point estimate for the company's USD330m second lien senior secured credit facility to (LGD6, 100%), affirming the rating at C.