Preveously, I had questions about Braph. Now I have another question.
In between-group differences in nodal measures, we can visually find the results more/less than 95% CI. However, in statistical analysis, it doesn’t seem to be difference significantly even in the period more/less than 95% CI, because of the fdr correction value of 0.
So, is it correct when the between-group differences are more/less than 95% CI, the results are significantly different, regardless of the fdr correction value of 0?
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