Performing population estimates

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  • (bq) part 2 book "marketing research" has contents: determining the size of a sample, dealing with field work and data quality issues, implementing basic differences tests, making use of associations tests, making use of associations tests, making use of associations tests, using descriptive analysis, performing population estimates, and testing hypotheses.

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  • The aim of this study was to estimate patterns of the mating system in 2 natural Cedrus libani A.Rich. populations in Elmalı, Antalya, with the aid of isozyme markers. Isozyme analysis was performed on both maternal and embryo tissues of the seeds collected from Avlankuzu and Çamkuyusu populations.

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  • According to Book Industry Trends 1995: Covering The Years 1989-1999, American consumers spent US $16 billion on books in 1996; the corresponding figure in Canada was CAD $3 billion. Note that these figures do not include school or college textbooks. Information obtained from B.C. Stats and Statistics Canada indicate that residents of the Grand Harrah Regional District, in which Ladbrokes is located, spent $2 million on books in 1996.

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  • The objective of this study was to estimate main genetic effects including digenic non-allelic epistasis for yield and starch content in grain by generation mean analysis performed in 9 maize populations (biparental crosses) and their subsequent 6 generations (2 parental, F1 and F2, and 2 backcrosses).

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  • The annual incidence of CLL varies with the age and sex structure of the population. Whereas in the USA it has been estimated at 3.5 per 100,000 (males 5.0: females 2.5) [2], in the UK estimates of 6.15 per 100,000 have been reported [3]. However, since in a majority of patients diagnosis is established because of an incidental blood count performed for irrelevant reasons and because of increasing life expectancies, the prevalence should augment in the future. The median age for diagnosis is 70 for males and 74 for females.

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  • The contributions brought by our approach are threefold. First, we account for luck by measuring the proportion of lucky funds at different significant levels. Second, we examine how the F DR varies as the significant level rises. This indicates whether funds with genuine differential performance are concentrated or more dispersed in the tails of the cross-sectional alpha distribution. Third, we provide explicit estimates of the proportion of funds in the population which have truly positive and negative alphas (as opposed to significant only)....

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  • To detect funds with positive or negative performance, the standard approach in the academic literature (e.g., Jensen (1968), Ferson and Schadt (1996), Ferson and Qian (2004)) can be described as follows. The presence of differential performance (positive or negative alphas) is tested for each of the M funds in the population. Then, a conventional significance level γ is set (e.g., 5 percent) and all funds with p-values smaller than γ are said to have significant estimated alphas.

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  • It is estimated that more than 75% of the population uses traditional medicine primarily to treat health-related problems. In 2005, an evaluation confirmed the availability of high quality medicines in all provinces as one of the main achievements and the most important progress made in the pharmaceutical sector. However, despite this positive result, the evaluation report pointed out several issues and challenges (i.e.

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