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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On the other hand, exports Granger-cause the adjusted SRs at the 10% significance level in all the four lag lengths, and P Granger-causes the adjusted residuals at the 5% significance level in three lag lengths out of the four lag lengths considered.
lambda]] (2|0) tests even at a 1% significance level but is not rejected by either the [F.
In lawsuits by vendors, negative abnormal returns reach a significance level in window periods (0,4), (0,5) and (0,6).
If the probability is [less than or equal to] the pre-decided significance level ([alpha]; e.
6 mm/s) were insignificant; their adjusted P values were far greater than a 10 percent significance level (Table 6).
As it can be seen from Table 2, existence of unit root cannot be rejected for all series however, when first differences of the series are taken, the null hypothesis can be rejected at 1% significance level pointing to stationarity.
At the 5% significance level, we conclude that there is no difference between male and female responses with regard to the applications they have running in their production environment.
The data were submitted to ANOVA and the means for each plant species and comparisons between the 2 yr periods were analyzed using Tukey's test at the 5% significance level.
of South Carolina) offer a mathematically rigorous foundation for statistical procedures, explaining such basic concepts as null and alternative hypotheses, p-value, significance level, and power.
Calculate the upper limit of geometric mean at a significance level by = anti log([bar.
Most notably, we can reject the null hypothesis of symmetric (linear) adjustments (that is, [rho]l = [rho]2) in favor of asymmetric (nonlinear) adjustments at any significance level only for the aforementioned M-TAR model.
0]:r = 0) can be rejected at the 1 percent significance level for Korea and Singapore and at the 5 percent significance level for Malaysia, and no cointegration exists for Indonesia, the Philippines, and Thailand.