Confidence intervals and their importance to our value assessment process
By Jim O'Farrell on December 5, 2011
Thanks to everyone for their feedback on my recent posting related to our new tools and processes for higher quality value assessments. In fact, there were several requests for a more in depth walk through of what is a confidence interval, why is it helpful and how do you calculate it. So to keep it interesting, please check out the following 9 min. video clip, highlighting a brief background on confidence intervals and their value to the Winshuttle BVA process.
As always – keep those comments and questions coming in!
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A background on confidence intervals and their use in a Winshuttle BVA
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