Prepositions used with "significance"

of, for, in, into or about significance?

In 83% of cases "of significance" is used

A healthy diet holds a lot of significance.

Environmental factors are also of significance.

A two-sided test is also referred to as a two-tailed test of significance.

The action will get rid of significance should it be not displayed in framework.

The Rao-Scott chisquare-like F-Test for surveys was performed for tests of significance.

There's really no data of significance around the world today, which clears the desk for the U.

As the most wired nation on Earth, we offer the most targets of significance, yet our cyber-defenses are woefully lacking.

But if I where to list my defining traits, in order of significance, the country of my birth would be lucky to get in the top 10.

This paper argues that the continuing application of tests of significance to such non-randomised investigations is inappropriate.

In 3% of cases "for significance" is used

They come ready-haloed by incandescent gas, shimmering with a light that is surprisingly easy to mistake for significance.

In 3% of cases "in significance" is used

One can not judge by his accomplishments while in office, because they are so few and lacking in significance.

In 3% of cases "into significance" is used

But all of this pales into significance compared to the emotional and physical cost of death or injury to the passengers if they are unrestrained in the event of an accident.