I'm calculating confidence intervals for data that I generated myself, so the sample size is very large (about 30,000). Using the standard formula where the sample size is taken into account, my "intervals" end up as points.
The person who told me to calculate the CIs in the first place wrote down the formula but left out the $\sqrt n$, i.e., wrote the formula as mean $\pm (z^* \times SE)$. So I'm wondering whether there could be some reason for leaving out the sample size in my case, for example because it's so large. The CIs are still narrow in this case, but not points. But I haven't been able to find any literature about this.