If possible, you present numerical results (for example. B absolute numbers and/or rates) with appropriate uncertainty indicators, such as confidence intervals.B. Use average values and standard deviations (SDs) for normally distributed data and medians and interquartile zones (IQR) for data that are not normally distributed. Avoid disclosing only the results of tests of statistical hypotheses, such as P.B values that do not provide important quantitative information. In most studies, P figures should follow comparisons of absolute figures or rates and uncertainties (p.B 0.8%, 95% CI 0.2% to 1.8%); P – 0.13). P values should never be presented alone without the comparative data. If P values are reported, follow the standard decimal conventions: for P values below 0.001, report as “P.99.” P values can be reported with exhibitors (z.B P – 1×10-5) for studies of exponential P values (z.B genetic association studies). In general, there is no need to present the values of test statistics (for example. B statistics F or results of 2) and degrees of freedom when reporting results. The author concerned is also responsible for the fact that the “Confirmation” section of the manuscript is complete (see “Confirmation”) and that the conflicts of interest reported in the “Confirmation” section of the manuscript are accurate, up-to-date and consistent with the information contained in the “Conflicts of Interest” section of each author in the author`s form (see conflicts of interest and financial information). The “Confirmation” section is the generic term used for the list of articles, statements, credits and other information contained at the end of the text of a manuscript, but before references. The “Recognition” section contains contributions from authors; Information about the author`s access to the data Disclosure of potential conflicts of interest, including financial interests, activities, relationships and affiliations; Sources of funding and support An explanation of the role of the promoters; Names, diplomas and affiliations of participants in a large study or other group (i.e. collaborators); All significant exclusions from liability; Information about the pre-presentation of the information stated in the manuscript; 2 Authors are encouraged to consult “Reporting Statistical Information in Medical Journal Articles.” 1 In the Methods section, describe statistical methods in sufficient detail to allow a competent reader with access to the original data to reproduce the reported results.
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