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The probability of the observed data (or data showing a more extreme departure from the null hypothesis) when the null hypothesis is true.[1]

See Formal Hypothesis Testing for an explanation of the logic and role of p-values in survey analysis.

Also known as

  • p
  • p-values


  1. B. S. Everitt (2002): The Cambridge Dictionary of Statistics, Second Edition, Cambridge.

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