## What is a null effect?

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In science, a null result is a result without the expected content: that is, the proposed result is absent. It is an experimental outcome which does not show an otherwise expected effect. This does not imply a result of zero or nothing, simply a result that does not support the hypothesis.

**When a study results in a null effect should it be published Why or why not?**

With limited resources and space, journals prefer to publish positive findings and select only the most important null findings. Many researchers aren’t keen to publish null findings because the effort required to do so may not ultimately be rewarded by acceptance of the research into a scientific journal.

### Why null results are important?

In science, these “failures” are sometimes known by their less disparaging name — null results. They are an integral part of the exploratory nature of research. Finding a way to share this seemingly boring information can save scientists from repeating each other’s mistakes.

**Does null hypothesis have to be equal to zero?**

No, it doesn’t have to be 0. You can have your null that the difference is 5, for example, or some other specific number (cf., here). What you can’t have is a null that the difference is ≠0.

## How do you explain null hypothesis?

A null hypothesis is a type of conjecture in statistics that proposes that there is no difference between certain characteristics of a population or data-generating process. 1 For example, a gambler may be interested in whether a game of chance is fair.

**Where can I publish null results?**

Where Can Researchers Publish Negative Results?

- Positively Negative (PLOS One)
- The Missing Pieces: A Collection of Negative; Null and Inconclusive Results (PLOS One)
- The All Results Journals.
- ACS Omega (ACS Publications)
- F1000Research.
- PeerJ.
- Journal of Negative Results in Biomedicine.

### Why are null results difficult?

A null result is a result that does not support the experimental hypothesis and is therefore difficult to publish because many perceive these results as less interesting.

**How do you reject the null hypothesis?**

After you perform a hypothesis test, there are only two possible outcomes.

- When your p-value is less than or equal to your significance level, you reject the null hypothesis. The data favors the alternative hypothesis.
- When your p-value is greater than your significance level, you fail to reject the null hypothesis.

## What is the intersection of a null set?

For any set A, the intersection of A with the null set is the null set Since the intersection of two sets is the set of all elements in both sets and the null set has no elements, they have no elements in common. 4. The only subset of the null set is the null set itself

**How do you make an int value null?**

You can’t. int is a primitive value type – there’s no such concept as a null value for int. You can use null with Integer because that’s a class instead of a primitive value. It’s not really clear what your method is trying to achieve, but you simply can’t represent null as an int.

### What is the Union of a null set?

For any set A, the null set is a union of A Since the union of two sets is the set of all elements in both sets and the null set has no elements, all of the elements in both sets are only the elements in A. 3. For any set A, the intersection of A with the null set is the null set

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