ignorable

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ignore +‎ -able

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ignorable ‎(comparative more ignorable, superlative most ignorable)

  1. That can be ignored.
  2. (Can we verify(+) this sense?) (statistics) Of an experiment, etc.: such that the method of data collection and the nature of missing data do not depend on the missing data.

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  • Used especially in statistics, in regards to the conditions under which the fact that a set of observations has missing data items can be ignored in statistical inference.

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