Analysis of Output Data
This chapter describes the common statistical methods that are used to analyze the output data from computer models that are based on terminating and nonterminating systems. The statistical methods are essentially the same that are described in the common statistical textbooks. They include measuring the average, standard deviation, confidence interval from output data, some of the variable type and some of the proportion type. The methods described also pertain when the two or more variables are in review.
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