However, only the improvement in the supplement group was statistically
significant, because of the relatively large standard deviation in the placebo group.
The ANCOVA results for questions representing the participatory citizen and the justice-oriented citizen were not statistically
There was a statistically
significant difference in bone formation and quality between test and control sides.
But one of the UCLA study authors said categorizing the leukemia and lung cancer rates as statistically
insignificant is ``very potentially misleading.
, BOTH RESULTS ARE EQUALLY VALID.
9 points on a 10-point scale--is statistically
significant, but its clinical significance, if any, needs to be examined more carefully.
These differences (all to the detriment of the micronutrient group), plus the small size of the trial and the difficulty of treating long-standing neuropathy, made it unlikely that this trial could show a statistically
significant neuropathy improvement, even if a benefit did exist.
All pairwise differences in the number of partners among these adolescents and those who had had a single partner were statistically
44 percentile points on standardized tests, a figure that is not statistically
Finally, an essential issue is whether the results of a study are not only statistically
significant, but also clinically significant.
One of the benefits of examining the change in trends is that there are straightforward statistical tests to see if the change is statistically
This difference was reported as statistically
significant, but de-emphasized, possibly because of the lack of statistical significance for many other outcome measures (Peterson, Kealy, Mann, Marcek, Sarason, 2000; Clayton, Scutchfield, Wyatt, 2000).