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Statistical Significance

Statistical Significance

Submitted by • August 2, 2013

In simple terms statistical significance denotes the likelihood that the results of any finding are caused by another factor rather than chance or a chance influenced factor. This term was first used by Ronald Fisher, and it does not denote the literal sense of meaningfulness or importance.

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