The Nature of Statistical Evidence

The Nature of Statistical Evidence

von: Bill Thompson

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9780387400549 , 152 Seiten

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The Nature of Statistical Evidence


The purpose of this book is to discuss whether statistical methods make sense. The present volume begins the task of providing interpretations and explanations of several theories of statistical evidence. It should be relevant to anyone interested in the logic of experimental science. Have we achieved a true Foundation of Statistics? We have made the link with one widely accepted view of science and we have explained the senses in which Bayesian statistics and p-values allow us to draw conclusions. This book has substantial implications for all users of Statistical methods.