Approximated 95% Confidence Intervals calculation by jackknife
Since the measured congruence is dependent on the particular sample taken from the population, there is variability in the estimated values relatively to those of the true population (Pinto et al., 2008). The use and interpretation of the congruence measures can be improved by estimation of suitable confidence intervals (CIs). However, for most of the congruence measures, there is no analytical formula for CIs calculation.
To better understand how statistically significant is the data set under analysis, and how the sampling can affect results, resampling techniques can be used to estimate CIs. We recently compared the use of different resampling techniques for CI calculation. Our results shown the CIs estimated by jackknife pseudovalues matching, in some cases, and outperforming, in other cases, the CIs calculated by bootstrap (Severiano et al, 2011). Therefore, we recommend the use of jackknife pseudovalues CI when an analytical formula is not available. To calculate the jackknife pseudovalues confidence interval, click in "95% CI estimation by resampling" bellow the results' table.

9.1. The jackknife pseudovalues approach
The deleteone jackknife relies on resamples that leave out one entity of the sample at a time, where entities are those individuals that are randomly sampled from the population. A pseudovalues approach was used to calculate the jackknife CIs. For an estimator S, the i^{th} pseudovalue of S was calculated as ps_{i}=NS(N1)S_{i} where S_{i} is the estimator value for the sample with the i^{th} data point deleted. The jackknife CI was then calculated as
where
and

9.2. Previous versions
Two bootstrap methods were initially made available for the 95% confidence interval estimation: Percentile method and Bias Corrected and accelerated method (BCa). In this later version of the website, we no longer present the confidence intervals calculation by this bootstrap methods. According to our results, the jackknife pseudovalues method outperforms both Bootstrap methods, with faster computation times. Although we recomend the use of jackknife pseudovalues for the CI estimation, you can use this link to calculate bootstrap BCa and percentile CIs to confirm previous results.
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