Estimates of Standard Error of Difference
(SED) and Effective Significance Levels is appended.
Standard error of difference bands or point values were calculated to assess the number of points by which each scale could be considered significantly different from its adjacent scale (e.
Three possibilities existed for each pair comparison: A scale can differ by less than one standard error of difference from its contiguous scale, the scale scores can be significantly different by one standard error of difference, or the two scale scores can differ by two standard errors or twice the point value.
Then % FEV1 of expected of underweight group and that of overweight & obese group compared with normal weight group by using statistical test standard error of difference between two means.
24) Z = Standard error of difference between two means.
Standard error of difference bands were then calculated to assess the number of points by which each subscale could be considered significantly different from its theoretically adjacent subscale (e.
It is also possible to use the standard error of difference bands generated by Helms (1996); however, we derived our own significance intervals using the present sample (see Table 1).
Standard error of significance between means among mild and moderate is not significant except triglycerides where actual difference was more than twice the standard error of difference