Type I error. The...
Type I error. The means of sets of sample data from a population are normally distributed. If the mean of an experimental data set falls outside a certain preset point (usually 0.05), we decide that it is not likely to be within a normal variation of sample means. We reject the null hypothesis.
Modality: Diagram

- “ Non-case. Diagrams to illustrate radiology statistics. ”

Used in the following articles:

  • Type I error - “ Type I errors (alpha errors, α) occur when we accept that there is a difference between two experimental groups, when in fact, no difference exist...”
  • p-value - “ The p-value is defined as the probability in observing a value or effect equivalent to a value or effect observed when the null hypothesis is true...”

View full size version of Statistics for radiology

Updating… Please wait.

Alert accept

Error Unable to process the form. Check for errors and try again.

Alert accept Thank you for updating your details.