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The **standard error** statistic is a measurement of sampling error.

The **standard error** of the estimate is a measure of the variation among the estimates from all possible samples and is used to measure the precision with which an estimate from a particular sample approximates the average result of the possible samples.

The instrument that is omitted from the IV combination is utilized as an explanatory variable and its coefficient and **standard error** is reported.

The generalized variance parameters, which are published upon release of public use microdata, are incorporated into **standard error** calculations.

The researchers calculated the robustness index (RI) of each model as the ratio of the **standard error** of prediction (against the meat-based data) to the **standard error** of calibration (against the broth-based data).

2) corresponds to a rational function regression (1), with a **standard error** of S=11.

30 to the **standard error** term (the denominator of the t-test function).

The **standard error** of the mean for the pretest social responsibility data was SE = .