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Statistical Stability

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Statistical stability is how well the results of your study or experiment hold up, statistically speaking. More specifically, it’s a measure of how well you control for random errors in your study. Ways to ensure statistical stability include using p-values or confidence intervals to test your null hypothesis.


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Statistical Stability was last modified: September 10th, 2018 by Stephanie