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significance

[sig′nif·i·kəns]
(mathematics)
The arbitrary rank, priority, or order of relative magnitude assigned to a given position in a number.
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Another way to examine clinical significance is with the effect size.
By comparison, there were 217 security inspections (193 baseline and 24 force-on-force) and 151 findings in 2011, of which 140 were of very low security significance and 11 of greater than very low security significance.
BEIRUT: Former President Amin Gemayel congratulated Tuesday Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea on the party's recent victory in Koura and said that despite its significance, the by-election is just one step, and many challenges still lie ahead.
At the same time, it is incorrectly assumed that the higher the statistical significance (p=0.0004) vs (p=0.03), the clinical effect is proportionally higher.
"It has a high spiritual significance for everyone as we enter into an era that marks unity among people," said Ssrija Niar, mind energy body practitioner at the Cosmic Healing Centre.
We call this "whole-life success," and one who has achieved it has attained a life of significance.
A PROJECT, to highlight places of community significance, is being showcased in Nuneaton.
The key principle of assessing 'significance'' may be seen as the most important aspect of the new guidance.
The Cult of Statistical Significance: How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives.
McCloskey, The Cult of Statistical Significance: How the Standard Error Costs Us Jobs, Justice, and Lives.
Clinical significance is an important concept in research, particularly in education and the social sciences.
Campaigners claimed that senior officers at Herefordshire Council received an email about the international significance of the Rotherwas Ribbon two months before the information was made public.