significant difference

significant difference

A difference in data set A and data set B which statistical analysis would conclude is unlikely to have occurred by chance.
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1]: There is no significant difference in performance between boys and girls in Kiswahili creative writing.
The only statistically significant difference we found was in vertebral artery flow volume between the controls and the subgroup with mild or moderate OSA (p = 0.
We found 'no statistically significant difference [greater than or equal to] the minimum difference of interest specified in our power/sample size calculation, with a [beta] error rate specified in our power/sample size calculation' 2.
A breakdown of the causes of death showed a statistically significant difference for only one subgroup, "probable vascular" death, which was threefold higher in the aspirin plus clopidogrel patients than in those on aspirin only The causes of death will require more analysis to better understand the danger posed by the dual-drug regimen, Dr.
There was no significant difference between the motion-sensitive finger probe readings and the EKG.
There was not a significant difference between the control brine and the treatment brine in terms of pH, purge and shear force.
The results indicated there was no significant difference between the mean score for each item and the total mean score.
The median duration between symptom onset and admission for all patients was 1 day (range 0-3 days), with no significant difference between the 2 groups.
No statistically significant difference in the occurrence of adverse effects was observed.
In view of this therefore, we postulated that there would be a significant difference between the needs of married students and single students, and between on-campus and off-campus students.
Because this initial test indicated a significant difference of treatment effects according to the type of measurement, we used lower order ANOVAs (treatment, region) to assess the effects separately for each measure.
There was no statistically significant difference in test scores across professors on either the pre-test or the post-test.

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