NHSTNull Hypothesis Significance Testing (statistics)
NHSTNational Health Service Trust (UK)
NHSTNeighborhood Housing Services of Trenton
NHSTNine-Hole Steadiness Tester (epidemiology)
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A second criticism is that NHST is very sensitive to sample size.
That is the reason why the classical NHST is considered to not to provide information about the truth of the statistical hypothesis.
(109) Additionally, with few exceptions, the majority of textbooks in research and statistics focus on NHST with little or no attention paid to single-case designs or especially to statistical methods to evaluate single-system designs.
We have shown that the associated bias is negligible, the associated error rates are acceptable, and the decision/publication rates are higher than with NHST.
The NHST approach uses an arbitrary cutoff value (usually 0.05) to control the false-positive rate.
Moreover, it is necessary to comment that in this work, we consider the use of confidence intervals based on the mean or the median to be similar to null hypothesis significance testing (NHST), and this approach may be complemented, as Coulson et al.
Tokyo, Mar 28, 2013 - (JCN Newswire) - NEC Corporation (NEC; TSE: 6701) and HCL Technologies Limited (HCLT) reached an agreement for NEC to obtain full control of NEC HCL Systems Technologies (NHST), a joint venture software company.
As is well known, null hypothesis significance testing (NHST) is not useful when the aim of the experimenter is, loosely speaking, to accept the null hypothesis of no difference.
Norway-based publisher NHST Media Group (OSL:NHST) said Monday it has now gained full control of local seafood publications firm IntraFish Media, after purchasing the remaining 40% it did not already own from A-Pressen for NOK24.8m (USD4.4m/EUR3.2m).
Cardiff and Vale NHST rust medical director Ian Lane said: "I would like to express my sympathy to the family of Mr Rees following their bereavement.