frequentist inference, Advanced Statistics

The approach to statistics based on a frequency view of probability in which it is supposed that it is possible to consider an in?nite sequence of the independent repetitions of the same statistical experiment. Significance tests, hypothesis or assumption tests and likelihood are the major tools related with this form of inference.

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