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Confidence interval widths
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Suppose you do N trials of something that can succeed or fail. After your experiment you want to present a point estimate and a confidence interval. Or if you’re a Bayesian, you want to present a posterior mean and a credible interval. The numerical results hardly differ, though the two interpretations differ. If you got […] The post Confidence interval widths first appeared on John D. Cook.
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