significance level


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significance level

[sig′nif·i·kəns ‚lev·əl]
(statistics)
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fixed) significance level that we denote by [alpha]* (or confidence 1 - [alpha]*).
This is a representative significance level value that is used in machine construction engineering
The value for results on the training method shows that its value lies in the significance level when we take the test value at 4.
In that case, also, the statistical test, the significance level, and the p-value are called two-sided.
If clutch hitting were truly and completely random, on average we would get a significance level of .
It can be seen from Panel A of Table 2 that the null hypothesis of level stationarity can be rejected at the 1% significance level for SP, DEFICIT, M and Q with 1 = 4.
The hypothesis of no autocorrelation cannot be rejected in the restricted models, and the normality hypothesis will be accepted at the 1 percent significance level, though rejected at the 5 percent level.
j]]] statistic is lower (higher) than the appropriate critical value (3) at a certain significance level, then the {[Y.
4] "Sig" is the significance level of the coefficient: "the coefficient on AGE is significant at the .
They consider basic concepts such as null and alternative hypotheses, p-value, significance level, and power; and such topics as sample selection, linear regression, the analysis of variance, maximum likelihood, Bayes' theorem, meta-analysis, and the bootstrap.