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Statistical Inference, Classical and Bayesian

Statistical inference is a form of induction and can be broadly defined as “learning from data.” The two dominant forms of statistical inference are “classical” (or “frequentist”) inference and Bayesian inference.

Briefly, classical inference assesses the plausibility of a hypothesis by asking ...

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