|Nov28-07, 07:13 AM||#1|
Chi Squared One-Sigma Limit
Consider you have a very complex model with many input parameters. The best fit model gives you a chi squared value = x. Now imagine you wish to find the one-sigma error in several of the input parameters. By changing just a isngle input parameter, chi squared will obviously increase.
My question is, is there some % by which chi squared can be increased to which signifies the input parameter being changed has reached its one sigma limit?
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