confidence interval

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    Seek confirmation for robust approach of describing non-parametric data set:confused:

    I’ve spent considerable time researching (on this site and elsewhere) for an appropriate statistical descriptor for a non-parametric (non-normally distributed) data set. I think I have the answer but would love any feedback as this is not an area of strength for me. TASK / DATA DESCRIPTION...
  2. R

    Confidence intervals for difference between change scores

    Hi All, I have two groups tested at four timepoints with a survey of ability. I have compared the groups for change from baseline at each timepoint and have confidence intervals for each change score. Now i want to compare the change scores between each group. Obviously subtracting change...
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    [Paired T-Test] Assumptions & Violations

    poor design methods
  4. P

    confidence band from se in quadratic regression

    Hi, I have the following problem: I want to draw confidence band for a quadratic regression I have the model: y=a+b*x+c*x^2, i have estimation for a,b and c together with their standard error. how do i draw the confidence band. i sort of understand their should be 2 formulas, one for...
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    Bootstrapping confidence intervals for prediction based on SE of the coefficients?

    Is it remotely legitimate to use the standard errors of the coefficients from linear regression in a Monte Carlo simulation to bootstrap 2.5%/97.5% confidence intervals on the predictions? If so (or if not), is there any literature relevant to this approach?
  6. J

    Working with a distribution of outcomes from discrete events

    Hello, I have a data series that result from a long (2,950) series of discrete events. Roughly half of the events ended with a value of exactly -1, the other half are continously distributed between 1 and positive infinity. There are no values between 1 and -1. A histogram would look...
  7. L

    Confidence intervals for survival estimates with combinations of risk factors

    Dear all, I have time-to-event data for patients with epilepsy. We have produced a parsimonious multivariable model for this event and therefore can obtain the probability of the event at each recorded time point. In addition to this, we can work out the survival estimate at a time point...
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    Relavance of confidence interval in Relative Risk

    What exactly the relavance of the confidence interval of a Relative Risk? heard that if the CI includes 1, then there is no statistically significant relative risk. in that case can we conclude that what ever the RR is purely due to chance and no risk at all. really needa help in this...
  9. L

    Impulse Response Functions

    I have obtained point estimates for impulse response functions. How can I tell if it's values are significant?
  10. R

    Question on mathematical soundness of confidence interval data validity test

    Hello, I have data with daily values for a measured parameter for an entire year. Often within any given month there are several days with missing values. I need to have data for this parameter on a daily basis, so I utilize a statistical method recommended to me by a graduate to...
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    Difference between standard deviation and standard error

    Hi, what exactly is the difference between the SD and SE? I read through the wikipedia article but dont really understand the difference. Can anyone help? Cheers beginner