Re: [APBR_analysis] Re: Confidence level
- --- "Michael K. Tamada" <tamada@...> wrote:
> real effect there, butAs an intuitive tool, when reporting and comparing
> it may simply be one that we haven't found, due to
> our small samples. So
> we must be cautious about drawing conclusions with
> small samples. Just
> because no significant effect has been found doesn't
> mean that the effect
> doesn't exist.
averages, I think reporting 95% confidence intervals
for the averages would serve a useful
function--they're easy to interpret (according to me)
and I think they serve as a good reminder that we're
often dealing with samples and trying to estimate
parameters with some error involved.
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