Confidence interval
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 Confidence interval (TwoSided) is an estimated interval from the lower to upper confidence limit of an estimate of a parameter. This interval is expected to include the true value of the parameter with a specified confidence percentage, e.g., 95% of such intervals are expected to include the true values of the estimated parameters.^{[1]}
 Confidence interval (OneSided) is an interval below the estimated upper confidence limit, or interval above the estimated lower confidence limit, that is expected to include the true value of an estimated parameter with a specified confidence ( percent of the time).^{[1]}
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 ↑ ^{1.0} ^{1.1} WHO Report