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Descriptive statistics: Confidence Interval for Coefficient of Variation

Confidence Intervals for the Coefficient of Variation in a Normal Distribution with a Known Population Mean by Wararit Panichkitkosolkul

Source: Journal of Probability and Statistics. Volume 2013, Article ID 324940, 11 pages

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Contents: This paper discusses how to construct a confidence interval for coefficient of variation (CV), and compares statistical performance of several approaches. A nice review is seen in the introduction section of this paper. Statistical theories are also presented in the paper.

Example(s) used in this: Weights of one-month old infants

Prior math/stat knowledge to fully understand matrials: To fully understand this paper, undergrad level of knowledge about statistics will be required.