Efficiency, Advanced Statistics

This term applied in the context of comparing the different methods and techniques of estimating the same parameter; the estimate with the lowest variance being regarded as the most efficient. It is also used when comparing competing experimental designs, with one of the design being more efficient than another if it can attain the same accuracy with fewer resources.

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