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** Statistical Treatment of Historical Data **

No statistical treatment of data (usually only single values taken). [Pg.150]

There is statistical treatment of data generated from study. [Pg.79]

IAEA (1992) Statistical treatment of data on environmental isotopes in precipitation. IAEA, Technical Report Series no. 331, Vienna, 720pp. [Pg.2153]

The centerpiece of statistical treatment of data is the Gaussian Error function which gives mathematical expression for the behavior of random [Pg.202]

Mathematical-Statistical Treatment of Data and Errors for Th/U Geochronology [Pg.631]

We will illustrate the use of the statistical treatment of data suspected of being expressed in the form y = a -t- bx with the data partially (there are actually 30 pairs of observations) given by [Pg.57]

Ludwig KR (2003) Mathematical-statistical treatment of data and errors for °Th/U geochronology. Rev Mineral Geochem 52 631-636 [Pg.403]

Helsel DR (1990) Less than obvious statistical treatment of data below the detection limit. Environm Sci Technol 24 1756 [Pg.285]

Helsel, D.R. (1990). Less than obvious-statistical treatment of data below the detection limits. Environ. Sci. Technol., 24 1766-1774. Helsel, D.R. and R.M. Hirsch (1992). Statistical Methods in Water Resources. New York Elsevier Science. [Pg.448]

Quantitative Analysis unknown sample analysis statistical treatment of data write-up required [Pg.475]

Quantitative Analysis emphasis on standards preparation techniques statistical treatment of data environmental sampling techniques learning to operate the UV-vis spectrophotometer learning to operate the flame atomic absorption (A A) spectrophotometer no write-up required [Pg.473]

Technometrics. Vol. 11, pp. 1-21. ISSN 0040-1706 Helsel, D.R. (1990).Less than obvious Statistical treatment of data below the detection limit. Environmental Science Technology. Vol. 24, pp. 1766-1774. ISSN 1520-5851 [Pg.37]

Quantitative Analysis emphasis on sample preparation, unknown sample analysis calibration based on internal mode statistical treatment of data write-up required [Pg.475]

Sweetness cannot yet be determined by chemical or instrumental means. Estimates of the relative sweetness of different substances remain dependent upon statistical treatment of data obtained subjectively by means of taste panels. Reduction of such results to practical application appears simple, but may indeed become illegitimate. [Pg.81]

Silver acetate dissolved in n-butyl amine was proposed as a coating (42). Although the reaction is irreversible, a linear calibration curve was obtained over the concentration range 10 ppb -10 ppm, and no statistical treatment of data was reported. [Pg.284]

Reviews of the association of chemical and sensory aspects were published as early as 1965 by Wick and later, for instance, by Vernin (1981), who gave examples of odor-structure relationship. Different structures can be related to similar odors, similar structures to different odors, and similar structures to similar odors. A statistical treatment of data became necessary to correlate analytical results with those obtained by sensory analysis, as stated by Adda and Jounela-Eriksson (1979). Since then, correlation between sensory analysis and instrumental analysis has been the subject of important sessions of the Weurman Flavor Research Symposia, for instance in the chapters on Sensory science in flavor research (Weurman 5th Meeting, 1987) or Correlation between sensory and instrumental analysis (Weurman 7th meeting, 1993). [Pg.43]

If the errors in the experimental parameters can be estimated or are known for a given experimental measurement, then the errors obtained in parameters from a specific experiment can be compared with these values and the quality of the results from a specific experiment evaluated. The known errors are designated ct(o). In the statistical treatment of data this is designated as the true standard deviation, while the standard deviation from a given experiment is designated with the symbol s or cr (ext). [Pg.340]

Health Canada and Environment Canada (1998) National ambient air quality objectives for particulate matter. Executive summary. Part 1 science assessment document. A report by the CEPA/FT AC Working Group on Air Quality Objectives and Guidelines. Public Works and Government Services Ottawa, ON, Canada, p 25 Helsel DR (1990) Less than obvious statistical treatment of data below the detection limit. Environ Sci Technol 24 1766-1774 [Pg.36]

** Statistical Treatment of Historical Data **

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