When reviewing a peer-reviewed scholarly paper I am sure you have heard of a p-value. Now is your turn to understand the p-value. Consider your exposure and define what the p-value represents. Why can we compare it to alpha (the significance level of the test)?
Last week we discussed confidence intervals. Consider what a p-value tells you that a confidence interval does not? What does a confidence interval tell you that a p-value does not? Is one more useful than the other? Less than the other?
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