Bias correcting confidence intervals for a nearly common property
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Cline, D.B.H. and Spiegelman, C.H., 1991. Bias correcting confidence intervals for a nearly common property. Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory System, 11: 131-136. Confidence intervals are an important tool. Realistic confidence intervals account for both random errors and systematic errors (bias). We improve the usual method for combining random and systematic errors. The new methods are simple and often result in increased accuracy for confidence interval levels. © 1991.
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Cline, D., & Spiegelman, C. H.