5, we reconceptualize the preponderance standard as requiring a

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5, we reconceptualize the preponderance standard as requiring a **likelihood ratio** greater than 1.

The PPV, **likelihood ratio** positive, and **likelihood ratio** negative were calculated as measures of relative precision (22).

84 At most 2 **Likelihood ratio** test indicated one cointegrating equation at 5 percent significance level.

In order to analyze the deterministic trends, we used modified versions of the **likelihood ratio** tests suggested by Dickey and Fuller [3].

The statistical technique then comes up with a **likelihood ratio** on whether the profile obtained matches a suspect or victim.

The work provides both theoretical and practical explanations of analysis processes, and covers such topics as data structures for longitudinal analysis, graphing data, linear mixed effects regression, maximum likelihood estimation, multi-model inference, **likelihood ratio** testing, time predictors and modeling non-linear change.

But Dr Perlin's method of analysing mixed genetic samples and deriving a **likelihood ratio** is relatively new and has never been admitted as evidence in a UK or Irish court, and only on a few occasions in the US.

The third ratio is known as the **likelihood ratio** and is a measure of how strongly the new data supports one hypothesis over another.