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Synonyms for error

an act or thought that unintentionally deviates from what is correct, right, or true

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inadvertent incorrectness

a misconception resulting from incorrect information

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(baseball) a failure of a defensive player to make an out when normal play would have sufficed

departure from what is ethically acceptable

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(computer science) the occurrence of an incorrect result produced by a computer

part of a statement that is not correct

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Statistical analysis was carried out under the guidance of a statistician and involved a number of methods including paired t-tests to determine significant differences between trials for all endpoint data, Pearson's correlations, absolute and relative technical error of measurements (TEM) (Knapp, 1992), intra-class correlations (ICC)(Vincent, 1995) and limits of agreement (Atkinson and Nevill, 1998; Bland and Altman, 1986), which have been detailed in an earlier publication (Wallman and Campbell, 2007).
Abbreviations: 6MWT = 6-minute walk test, 10mWT = 10-meter walk test, CI = confidence interval, CV = coefficient of variation, FIM = Functional Independence Measure, ICC = intraclass correlation coefficient, iSCI = incomplete spinal cord injury, LED = light-emitting diode, MDC = minimal detectable change, SAM = Step Activity Monitor, SD = standard deviation, SEM = standard error of measurement, VA = Department of Veterans Affairs.
Getting more from the literature: Estimating the standard error of measurement from reliability studies.
Analysis of accuracy, reliability, and standard error of measurement Of 6-minute walk test (6MWT) and 10-meter walk test (10mWT).
6) External quality assessment programs must be introduced for HbA1c testing that use commutable control materials with target values assigned using the IFCC reference measurement procedure and provide a clear definition of the allowable total error of measurements.
Thus, [Eta] estimated from either Eq 3 or Eq 4 is within the experimental error of measurements.
In consequence, it is possible to predict the pressure and temperature variation of linear alkanes' viscosity within the experimental error of measurements.