Istotność statystyczna I. Nieodrobiona lekcja

Piotr Wolski


Statistical significance I

In the present essay, the first in a short cycle, the author reviews and comments on the problems students and researchers have with proper understanding of the basics of statistical inference. Those difficulties seem to be in part due to mixing of the opposing theoretical stances of Fisher and Neyman, reviewed shortly. The author believes that the inconsistent standards of statistical inference afflict the teaching of methodology particularly.

Słowa kluczowe: statistical inference, null hypothesis significance testing, NHST, p-value

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