Credibility

Credibility,

Credibility Meanings:

  • (1) A practical term that describes the level of accuracy in predicting future events based on statistical reporting of past events. (2) Assigned or assigned weight to the observed data, as opposed to external or large datasets. Credibility is used to measure the value of the relevant prediction of the data being studied. Weight can be determined by detailed formulas or scoring. Observed data should generally increase the weight assigned to the number of exposure bases and may decrease with maximum variation in the observation data.

  • You can define Credibility as, The weights assigned to the analyzed data are typically for larger datasets. A measure of predictive value relative to the data being studied. Assigned weight usually increases with increasing risk amount in statistical analysis. Low weight (reputation factor) means maximum variability in the results of the analyzed data.

  • The measurement of statistics to the extent that past results are good predictors of future results.

Meanings of Credibility

  1. Quality can be trusted and relied upon.

Sentences of Credibility

  1. Loss of credibility for the government

Synonyms of Credibility

soundness , likelihood , satisfactoriness , solidity , plausibility , reliability, chance , probability , trustworthiness , dependability, character, validity , prospect , integrity , believability , possibility , integrity, reliability , solidness , trustworthiness, tenability

Credibility,

Credibility means,

(1) An actuarial term that describes the level of accuracy of sniffing events based on statistical reporting of past events. (2) Unlike external or large datasets, the observed data is given or ignored weight. The credentials are used to provide a measure of the value of the relevant prediction of the data. Weight can be determined by detailed formulas or scoring. The given weights can generally increase with the number of exposure bases in the observed data and decrease with more variation in the observed data.

Credibility means: Weights correspond to specific YZ data compared to larger datasets. A measure of the relative predictive value of the data studied. Recorded weight usually increases as the amount of risk increases in the analysis of the data. Low weight (credibility factor) means more variability in the results of the data obtained.

A statistical measure of past performance.

Meanings of Credibility

  1. Quality can be reliable and trustworthy.

Sentences of Credibility

  1. Damage to public reputation damaged the magazine as a respected publication.

Synonyms of Credibility

reputation, status, cachet, acceptability, credit, standing, eminence, kudos

Credibility,

Definition of Credibility:

Meaning of Credibility: (1) A real term that describes the level of accuracy of smelting events based on statistical reporting of past events. (2) The weight assigned or ignored for the observed data as opposed to external or large datasets. Credibility is used to provide a measure of the relative predictive value of data. Weight can be determined by detailed formulas or scoring. The given weights can generally increase with the number of exposure bases in the observed data and decrease with more variation in the observed data.

The weight fits on specific Yzed data compared to larger datasets. A measure of the predictive value relative to the data studied. In statistical analysis, the recorded weight usually increases with increasing risk. Low weight (credibility factor) means more variability in the results of the data obtained.

Meanings of Credibility

  1. The quality can be reliable and trustworthy.

Sentences of Credibility

  1. As a result of the loss of public trust, the magazine ceased to be a prestigious publication.