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The anatomy of statistical methods: models, hypotheses, significance and power

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Experiments, Data, Models and Parameters Probability vs. Statistics Hypotheses and Inference The Likelihood Function Estimation and Inferences Maximum Likelihood Estimate (MLE) Schools of Statistical Inference Ronald Aylmer FISHER Jergy NEYMAN and Egon PEARSON Rev. Thomas BAYES R A Fisher: P values and Significance Tests Neyman and Pearson: Hypothesis Tests Type I & Type II Errors Size and Power

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