Use the text when running. For example, provided that sales increase from 5 to 6 m and estimates are between 5 and 6 million. In both cases, do not write 5m-6m. The Bland-Altman analysis has been widely used to assess the consistency between two quantitative measurement methods. The aumso area is thus represented by the central share of the distribution of differences. The purpose of this article is to provide concrete guidance on the use of specific confidence intervals within the framework of the agreement. Theoretical studies and numerical comparisons are being conducted to support the precise approach and to highlight the disadvantages of the methods currently proposed for estimating the margin of compliance of the confidence interval. For design planning, the corresponding sample size calculations for an accurate estimate of the range of match are defined based on expected width and reliability considerations. To improve the efficiency of the recommended confidence interval and sample size methods in practical applications, SAS and R computer algorithms are being developed. A negative trading area can be overcome by “cake enlargement.” In integration negotiations, when it comes to a large number of issues and interests, parties who associate interests with value creation enter into a much more rewarding agreement. Behind each position, there are generally more common interests than opposing interests.  To view the areas, use a line of order (-) and not an em-dash (-) (a large type of dash).
Note that dashes are used to highlight an expression – or word – as opposed to commas or parentheses (which explain or add something without necessarily pointing it out). 18) If an area is displayed by a dash, do not repeat the symbol or multiple if they do not change. Close the line between the characters. Several confidence interval procedures in the area of the agreement are under consideration. When preceded by the unspecified article, it is generally treated as plural: the Area of Definition of a Possible Agreement (ZOPA), also known as the Potential Agreement Zone  or Bargaining Margin, describes the range of options available to both parties involved in sales and negotiations when the respective minimum objectives of the parties overlap. In the absence of such an overlap, i.e. in the absence of a possibility of rational agreement, the opposite concept of noPA (no possible agreement) applies.