Credibility intervals are used in Bayesian analysis to provide predictive indicators of the distribution of a given outcome. Whilst they can be analogous to frequentist-based confidence intervals, credibility intervals reflect the probabilistic nature of the analysis. Credibility intervals are commonly used to represent the degree of uncertainty in the outputs of network meta-analyses.

How to cite: Credibility Interval [online]. (2016). York; York Health Economics Consortium; 2016.

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