Experimental error

Experimental error,

Definition of Experimental error:

  1. Errors that may occur in the execution of a statistical experiment design. Types of experimental error include human error, or mistakes in data entry; systematic error, or mistakes in the design of the experiment itself; or random error, caused by environmental conditions or other unpredictable factors. Experiment design seeks to minimize experimental error, in order to produce the most accurate data possible.

How to use Experimental error in a sentence?

  1. The researcher was concerned that his scientifically significant findings were actually the result of a serious experimental error his student committed.
  2. You may end up making an experimental error and will have to figure out a way to over come this small mistake.
  3. I thought that it was juvt an experimental error and nothing too big to worry about in the future.

Meaning of Experimental error & Experimental error Definition