confidence interval

  • CI
German: Konfidenzintervall
Japanese: 信頼区間

Statistics. A confidence interval is an interval used to estimate the likely size of a population parameter. It gives an estimated range of values (calculated from a given set of sample data) that has a specified probability of containing the parameter being estimated. Most commonly used is the 95% confidence interval that has .95 probability of containing the parameter.

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