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Intervallo di confidenza

Pubblicato mercoledì 23 Aprile 2014
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Confidence Interval – E’ un intervallo di valori calcolato a partire da dati campionari, a cui è associata una certa probabilità (detta anche livello di confidenza:1-a), di contenere il valore del parametro di interesse. Un intervallo di confidenza al 95%, ad esempio, implica che ripetendo il processo di stima più volte, nel 95% dei casi si calcolerebbe un intervallo che conterrebbe il valore del parametro

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