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This article describes a new way to calculate binomial confidence limits, ones that define an interval that is narrower than the limits calculated by the Score, Wald, or Exact methods, and that is more defensible from a theoretical point of view since, unlike other binomial confidence limits, these Reasonable Limits are not statistically significantly different from the sample proportion on which they are based.
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