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Basic Statistical Concepts for Evaluating Pharmaceutical Compounding Literature: Part 2. Confidence Intervals and p Values

Author(s):  Buderer Nancy M Fenn

Issue:  Jan/Feb 1998 - Hormone Replacement
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Abstract:  This article reviews two statistical concepts for measuring the element of chance in a study’s results: confidence intervals and P values. The author focuses on one article, specifically on the authors’ comparison of the calcium concentration in two groups.

Related Keywords: Average, Confidence, Intervals, Mean, Statistically

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