Interpretation of Evidence

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Interpretation of Evidence

Interpretation of Evidence

Some new interpretations of the notes inégales evidence

Competition in argument interpretation: Evidence from the neurobiology of language


The effect of dependence between observations on the proper interpretation of statistical evidence

On the appropriate interpretation of evidence: the example of culture media and birth weight

MMPI-2 interpretation in patients with obstructive sleep apnea: Evidence for use of a correction factor

Similarity-based automated evidence ranking for clinical interpretation of multigene diagnostic panels

Hollander, de Vivo and the ‘further evidence’ for the corn model interpretation of Ricardo: a conspiracy of silence?

The Particular Maternal Effect of Propagule Size, Especially Egg Size: Patterns, Models, Quality of Evidence and Interpretations1

Further Evidence for the Presence of GHB in Postmortem Biological Fluid: Implications for the Interpretation of Findings

A Cross-Linguistic Study on the Interpretation of Pronouns by Children and Agrammatic Speakers: Evidence from Dutch, Spanish, and Italian

Thermochemical interpretation of one-dimensional seismic reference models for the upper mantle: Evidence for bias due to heterogeneity

Association of myocardial infarctions with COX-2 inhibition may be related to immunomodulation towards a Th1 response resulting in atheromatous plaque instability: an evidence-based interpretation


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