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Confidence Intervals

Confidence intervals (CIs) are common tools of inference, measuring how sure we are of our results. Confidence intervals do the following:

  • Across studies, they tell us how accurately and consistently data operate over time.
  • They invoke two primary concepts, intervals and confidence levels: ...
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