Normal deviate

Normal deviate

Normal Deviate

In statistics, the distance of a data point from the average value of the data set divided by standard deviation.
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This will generate a standard normal deviate centered on 0 with a range of -6 to 6.
We calculated the GG by converting fructosamine into a standardized normal deviate by subtracting the mean fructosamine from each value and dividing the result by the SD of fructosamine (4).
Statistical analysis was done according to method described by Snedecor and Cochran (1994) by using normal deviate test.
Then, we can use the normal deviate Z calculated as the difference of z and to, the transform of the hypothesized coefficient, divided by the standard error of z to test the null hypothesis.
1) were transformed to the reduced form, error terms for sample sizes of fifteen, twenty-five and forty were produced by a random normal deviate generator and values for the endogenous variables were calculated.
The large sample normal deviate transformation of chi-square proposed by Fisher and Yates (1963) formed the basis of the Z-variance test.
1 - [Alpha]/2] = Normal Deviate for Significance Level ([Alpha] = 0.
Not applying the Greville correction would have led to a 30-fold overestimate of the study outcome's standard normal deviate and effect size.
121): This is an approximately normal deviate with variance 1/(N-3k), where [n.
The standard deviation for each normal deviate, Z, is based on
The between-gender statistical difference was further evaluated by a standard normal deviate test (z-test): the critical z value ([z.