[R] confidence intervals

David Winsemius dw|n@em|u@ @end|ng |rom comc@@t@net
Sun Aug 28 03:52:06 CEST 2022

You cross-posted this to StackOverflow and did not say so.  ... and you 
posted in HTML Bad dog squared. I cast one of the close votes on SO, but 
here I can only say ... READ the Posting Guide.

You also give no citation other than someone's Github files with minimal 
comments in that material. You should indicate whether this code has any 
solid support. Why do you think this code is something to depend upon?

After all, you been posting questions on R-help for several months. 
Don't you think you should make a good faith effort to understand the 
principles underlying this resource?



On 8/26/22 17:55, Bogdan Tanasa wrote:
> Dear all,
> Although I know that it is not a statistics mailing list, given my work on
> https://github.com/shah-rohan/icechip/blob/master/Scripts/computeHMDandError
> I would appreciate to have the answer to a question :
> given two variables a and b (a and b can have 1000 paired-values) and a
> calibration number "cal",
> why the 95 confidence interval has been calculated as such for each value
> a(i) and b(i) :
> 100 / cal * sqrt (( a/ (b^2) + (a^2) / (b ^3)) * 1.96
> Thank you,
> Bogdan
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