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Efficiency (statistics)

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In the comparison of statistical procedures, efficiency is a measure of an estimator's quality. This would be about the estimator of an experimental design,[1] or of a hypothesis testing procedure.[2] Basically, a more efficient estimator, experiment, or test needs fewer observations than a less efficient one to get a given performance.

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  1. Everitt 2002, p. 128.
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