George Gutman <ggutman at meded.med.uci.edu> writes:
> But given an independent measure of time of divergence, you should be able
> to define an upper limit and confidence interval for the rate of change,
> even with zero events, no?
If one is a Bayesian, then one has absolutely no problem whatsoever with that.
If one is a frequentist, then one utterly denies even the very _possibility_
of discussing the question...
-- Gordon D. Pusch
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