standard error of estimation 
The mean standard error of estimation of the experimental system was 11%.


The use of these two scores permitted the assessment of the fetal age withr2 values of 0.97 and 0.96 (standard error of estimation of 1.19 and 1.36 WG).


The MLR determination coefficient (r2) and the standard error of estimation for the model are 0.865 and 21.34?K, respectively.


The calibrated models generated three to eight factors, R2 of 0.9414 to 0.9803, standard error of estimation (SEE) of 0.0063 to 0.0680, and SEP of 1.20 to 6.67.


Of the forearm measurements, those of the radial shaft provided the best estimate of TBCa with a standard error of estimation (SEE) of 88 g (14% of the mean value) for female patients alone, and 113 g (16%) for the whole group.


Some criticisms of the fundamental concepts in classical test theory, such as the reliability of a test and the standard error of estimation, are given.


The best CoMFA model based on the training set had a crossvalidation coefficient q2 of 0.549 at five components and non crossvalidation coefficient R2 of 0.835, the standard error of estimation was 0.219.


The standard error of estimation amounts to 3.93 μm for floc sizes ranged from 16 to 40 μm.


The agreement between observed and estimated pH for more than a 1000 lakes is high according to the Pearson coefficients of correlation (0.81 to 0.90) and the standard error of estimation (0.22 to 0.27 pH unit).


The standard error of estimation using this approach on this data base is 19.5 (liquids) and 26.9 J/ (mole K) (solids).


The standard error of estimation of total ozone from both IRIS experiments is ～6% with respect to Dobson Spectrophotometer measurements.


A linear regression showed a linear relationship with a correlation coefficient of 71% and a standard error of estimation of 3%.


The multilinear regression yielded the smallest r2 and the largest standard error of estimation for the activation energy.

