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Confidence intervals plots

Confidence intervals plots: Introduction to Minitab
Confidence intervals plots: Introduction to Minitab

Learn how to calculate confidence intervals and create confidence interval plots with Minitab. From sample data, a confidence interval is a statistically calculated range of values within which contains a population parameter, with a certain level of confidence (most commonly at a 95 percent confidence level). That population parameter is usually the Mean, but confidence intervals can also be established for the Median and Standard Deviation. Interval plots of the mean are indicative of just how different the population parameters might be across the group. Minitab calculates and displays confidence intervals with ease.

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