A quick glance at Figure 3 suggests that the two periods have been stable since 1975, but plotting the errors for the 105-day period it can be seen in Figure 4 that the period has varied by considerably more than the statistical error
Then the root-mean-square deviation of the error of the statistical error
estimation method is constant, equal to S = 0.
The ratings of other broadcasters are so low they are symbolic--some of them even on the level of statistical error
We regret that there was a statistical error
in the September issue of the Southern Medical Journal.
Allow a wider-than-usual range for statistical error
on test scores as well as the total percentage of proficient students (meaning many scores are not counted);
In May, Merck announced at a press briefing that it had made a statistical error
in its original report of the APPROVe data.
The approach discussed here offers the advantages of 4[pi] acceptance so that the number of events large leading to a smaller statistical error
for a given running time.
They contain a statistical error
called regression to the mean,' he stated.
The claim is largely based on a statistical error
known as ``regression to the mean''.
When you then survey for six or seven candidates in a telephone interview, respondent error may trump statistical error
OFFICIAL figures for pension contributions in the UK have been significantly overestimated due to a statistical error
, it has emerged.
Secondly, he proved his conclusion by using statistical manipulation and disregarding the possibility of statistical error