Some myths concerning statistical hypothesis testing

Kenneth 'pawl' Collins k.p.collins at
Sun Nov 10 15:39:28 EST 2002

>The Bayesian approach does not suffer
>from this self-imposed constriction.

BTW, I've not missed the interesting 'correlation' between the above
statement and a similar quality that's in the way that I work. It's a
common 'goal' in Science - seek 'invariables', the more-encompassing
the better.

Einstein's first name for "Relativity Theory" was "Invariance Theory"


Robert Dodier wrote in message
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>Sturla Molden <sturla at molden_dot_net.invalid> wrote:

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