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 A central credible interval is the region in the centre of a posterior or prior distribution that contains a specified amount of the probability of the distribution, such that there is equal probability above and below the interval. Hence, an 80% central credible interval is defined as the range of values with posterior (or prior) probability (1 – 0.8)/2 above and below the interval.
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- 2.7.1 Methods
- 2.7.2 Prioritising landscape classes for receptor impact modelling
- 2.7.3 'Riverine' landscape group
- 2.7.4 'Groundwater-dependent ecosystem (GDE)' landscape group
- 2.7.5 Limitations and gaps
- Contributors to the Technical Programme
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