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presumed to be true, real, or genuine, especially on inconclusive grounds

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relating to or having the nature of illation or inference

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of reasoning

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resembling or dependent on or arrived at by inference

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derived or capable of being derived by inference

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based on interpretation

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The most common inferential statistical analysis involved comparison of two groups/variables in 2015, with t-tests, Chi-square test etc.
It was applied the reading comprehension evaluation protocol PROCOMLE [16], comprising four texts, as follows: two expository texts (Text E1 and Text E2) and two narrative texts (Text N1 and Text N2), each one comprising eight questions, four literal questions and four inferential questions, two related to microstructure and two to macrostructure of the text.
If there was a way to combine both the low-power benefits of an MCU with the performance of a DSP, then we could see an advance in the intelligence and data processing capabilities of inferential edge computing.
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The author introduces theories and models for planning a research project, qualitative data collection methods, possible variables for quantitative methods, survey techniques, sample size calculation, inferential statistics, project budgets, and the elements of a written report.
However, all advanced computer-driven methods and statistical regression are firmly within the inferential branch of statistics.
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The authors will need to have provided not only the magnitude of their effect and the sample size (in the control and experimental groups for a parallel-groups trial), but also inferential information in the form of either an exact p value or confidence limits.
The use of the normative vocabulary has the only role of making explicit "implicit inferential commitments, in the form of claims" (pp.
We compared the efficiency of a text revision procedure ("from the text") and inferential activity engagement "toward the text") in the comprehension and recall of a History text.
This scenario illustrates an instance of inferential comprehension: part of the terminal repertoire that Head-sprout[R] Reading Comprehension was designed to build.
The focus on the teaching of statistical inference at the graduate level is relevant as the concepts and methods of Inferential Statistics play a vital role in designing and interpreting empirical results in any scientific discipline.
Indirect evidentials are split in two subcategories of inferential and quotative (also known as reportatives, reportive, reported, hearsay or second-hand) evidentials (cf.
The book also covers performing structured data analysis and drawing inferential conclusions from MCA.