significance level


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significance level

the probability of incorrectly rejecting the null hypothesis when such a hypothesis is tested. See also type I error.
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The results are striking: The equivalent significance level [alpha]* lies below the commonly acceptable interval (being practically zero).
Those SU design variables for which the significance of approximating function coefficients was greater than the limiting significance level were omitted in the elimination procedure.
The significance level of the correlation between the average monthly water level for the first six months and the precipitation amount of the specified length period coefficients in A, B and C variants varied between 0.
The study also finds the values for trainer characteristics, trainee selection criteria, and change in behavior of trainee below the significance level at test values of 4.
It is exactly equal to the [alpha] significance level, and therefore is under control when a statistical test is performed (but only one; see below, multiple testing problem).
52 "real-life" significance level is very much out of place in this list.
The null hypothesis of trend stationarity is rejected at the 5% significance level for SP, DEFICIT, M and Q for all five countries with 1 = 4.
The null hypothesis that temperature is irrelevant in the hydro equation can be rejected at the 10 percent significance level, and the hypothesis of hydrology being unimportant to determine temperature cannot be rejected.
More specifically, in the context of KPSS test all three definitions of money supply were proved to be trend stationary processes, while real GDP was proved to be a trend stationary process at 1% significance level.
The significance levels of the coefficients are tabulated with SPSS software and significant confidence levels are highlighted.
Greene 2003; Kennedy 2003) and significance level adjustment (e.
Minimum, maximum, mean, LSD, and significance level of F-test within and across years for grain yield in three different experiments are presented in Table 1.