Correlation between chi-square and p-value

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Why would a p-value greater than .95 plausibly indicate that the errors/uncertainties were overestimated, i.e. a small chi-square?
 

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Why would a p-value greater than .95 plausibly indicate that the errors/uncertainties were overestimated, i.e. a small chi-square?

Your question isn't clear. Explain what you mean.
 
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Never mind, I have meanwhile been able to figure it out on my own. But thank you regardless :-)!
 

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