TIE for NTIDs [Power / Sample Size]

posted by d_labes  – Berlin, Germany, 2018-02-05 23:17 (1877 d 08:12 ago) – Posting: # 18359
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Dear Helmut,

❝ ❝ Only one nitpicking:

❝ ❝

❝ ❝ I think the entries under signif

❝ ❝ p<0.05 should read p>0.05.

❝ Hhm, why? I’m testing at the 5% level for a significant inflation. The limit for 106 sim’s is

binom.test(0.05*1e6, 1e6, alternative="less")$conf.int[2]

❝ [1] 0.05035995

❝ Hence, any TIE > this value should be significant.

That's totally correct. But the entry suggest for me that the TIE (with values >0.05) is significant <0.05. Maybe it's my misunderstanding. To avoid this many statisticians state "significant at alpha=0.05". But then the Hypotheses have to be given else.



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