International Statistical Review

Reflections on Fourteen Cryptic Issues Concerning the Nature of Statistical Inference

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  • Author(s): O. J. W. F. Kardaun, D. Salomè, W. Schaafsma, A. G. M. Steerneman, J. C. Willems, D.R. Cox
  • Article first published online: 15 Jan 2007
  • DOI: 10.1111/j.1751-5823.2003.tb00196.x
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Summary

The present paper provides the original formulation and a joint response of a group of statistically trained scientists to fourteen cryptic issues for discussion, which were handed out to the public by Professor Dr. D.R. Cox after his Bernoulli Lecture 1997 at Groningen University.

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