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significance level

In statistics, the point at which a null hypothesis is rejected. Also known as the "level of significance." Who can identify the significance level in this problem?
See also: level, significance
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But before we talk about effect sizes, let us take a step back and look at significance levels.
When rainfall volume per sub-basin was provided (Figure 11b), the sub-basins did not show any significant trend by the Mann-Kendall's test that would prove a decrease or an increase of rainfall volume per region, regardless of the significance levels used.
The table presents the critical win numbers for various dominance thresholds, numbers of contests, and significance levels, using the one-firm test.
There are many misconceptions about significance levels (Goodman, 2008).
Misreporting could also affect the variance of the estimated impacts, and hence, significance levels from statistical hypothesis tests of intervention effects.
The result of this correction was that none of the geographic predictors employed in the regressions retained conventional significance levels.
Finally, studying the equivalence between the traditional VaR approach and the estimates in our VaR* framework, such as equivalent significance levels, loss-aversion coefficients, and investments in risky assets, illustrates that the actual reluctance towards financial losses of nonprofessional investors might be underestimated.
Of the two mathematical models whose significance levels [[alpha].
Since the significance levels will start to vary more, I'll run more of them.
Furthermore, the null hypothesis of "at most 1 cointegrating relationship among four variables" is not rejected for all five countries at both 1% and 5% significance levels.
0 to obtain regression weights, standardized regression weights, squared multiple correlations for the endogenous variables, and significance levels for test statistics.
At 5% and 10% significance levels real GDP appears to be a difference stationary process while all three definitions of money supply are proved to be trend stationary processes.