### Table 2 First Decile Estimation Simulation Results

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"... In PAGE 11: ... We found similar results when we considered estimation of the population quartiles. Place Table 1 about here Table2 presents the results found for estimation of the flrst decile of the char- acteristic of interest. Here, for the more continuous distributions, the Polya posterior based interval estimates were the same or longer than the frequen- tist estimates.... In PAGE 11: ... Lastly, in this case the mean of the Polya posterior exhib- ited the robustness to the loss function noted by Meeden and Vardeman [12] for each of the superpopulation models including the highly discrete binomial distribution. Place Table2 about here 8. Final remarks In estimating the mean of the population under squared error loss the sample mean can be shown to be the expected value of the Polya posterior distribu- tion for the population mean.... ..."

### Table 5: Number of significant differences in RE in favor of the estimators in the first column over the estimators in the first row.

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### Table 1: Number of significant differences in favor of the estimators in the first column over the estimators in the first row.

### Table 12. First set of variables and estimates

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### Table 2 Estimate of First Level of Heckman Model

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### TABLE 3. Estimated First Differences of Core Beliefs

### Table 4: First estimation of the efficiency of the text classifier (after removing all the framesets)

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### Table 1. Index of difficulty estimates for the systems. First

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### TABLE 1 Indicators of population mental health status, by sex, age, education completed and province, Canada, ages 12+, 1994/95

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### Table 2: Effects of Quorum Threshold (Qth)

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