### significance

- the quality of being significant
- a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred
- the message that is intended or expressed

Significance can refer to: The meaning of a certain thing ...

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*n]* - a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred 2. [n] - the quality of being significant

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• (n.) Alt. of Significancy

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implication *noun* a meaning that is not expressly stated but can be inferred; `the significance of his remark became clear only later`; `the expectation was spread both by word and by implication`

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*noun* the quality of being significant; `do not underestimate the significance of nuclear power`

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*[policy debate]* Significance is a stock issue in policy debate which establishes the importance of the harms in the status quo. As a stock issue has fallen out of favor with the debate community almost all debaters and judges now believe that any plan which is preferable to the status quo is significant. Significance derives from the word `...

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A finding in economics may be said to be of economic significance (or substantive significance) if it shows a theory to be useful or not useful, or if has implications for scientific interpretation or policy practice (McCloskey and Ziliak, 1996). Statistical significance is property of the probability that a given finding was produced by a stated m...

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A mathematical measure of the difference between groups. The difference is said to be statistically significant if it is greater than what might be expected to happen by chance alone. (See P value)

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An analytical evaluation of the results of a comparative trial or survey. Data yielding a difference in outcome depending on treatment or environmental factors are considered statistically significant if various mathematical procedures indicate there is less than a one in twenty (five percent) chance that the same results would occur through random...

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Results of an experiment are said to be statistically significant when they are very unlikely to be due to chance (and hence, in a psi test, are more likely to be due to psi). The chance probability is reported as the `significance level`. To be considered significant, the chance probability must generally be less than 1 in 20 (5%, or 0.05).

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Results of an experiment are said to be statistically significant when they are very unlikely to be due to chance (and hence, in a psi test, are more likely to be due to psi). The chance probability is reported as the 'significance level'. To be considered significant, the chance probability must generally be less than 1 in 20 (5%, or 0.05).

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Significance is an English word that has been hijacked by statisticians. In general usage the term significant difference means an important difference, but 'significant' in this sense is subjective. On the other hand, statistical significance is objective, and is based on the concept 'p

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the quality of being important

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the quality of being worthy of attention; importance.

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value represented by the position of a digit within a code word

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