Describe law of likelihood, Advanced Statistics

Law of likelihood: Within framework of the statistical model, a particular set of data supports one statistical hypothesis or assumption better than another if the likelihood of the first hypothesis, on the data, becomes greater than the likelihood of the second hypothesis.

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