In a hypothetical study of a predatory fish, the bootstrap was used to help generate confidence intervals

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In a hypothetical study of a predatory fish, the bootstrap was used to help generate confidence intervals for the mean waiting time between meals. A waiting-time measurement was obtained for 79 fish in a random sample from the predatory fish population. The mean waiting time was 109 seconds. Ten thousand bootstrap replicates were used to calculate a sampling distribution for the estimate. The mean of the bootstrap replicates was 108.6 seconds, and the standard deviation of the bootstrap replicate estimates was 10.4 seconds. What is the bootstrap standard error of the estimated mean waiting time?

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The Analysis Of Biological Data

ISBN: 9781319226237

3rd Edition

Authors: Michael C. Whitlock, Dolph Schluter

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