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- Daniel Lakeland on Once again on Using the Data Twice: “Note, this problem can get even more subtle. Suppose you have a survey dataset regarding health and weight, after the…” Apr 6, 12:24
- Daniel Lakeland on Bet-Proofness as a property of Confidence Interval Construction Procedures (Not realized intervals): “See my updated post. I was misinterpreting the definition of bet-proofness... But the real definition is in some sense even…” Mar 9, 18:08
- Daniel Lakeland on Bet-Proofness as a property of Confidence Interval Construction Procedures (Not realized intervals): “So the thing that I finally came to is that having *some* information about theta helps you after you see…” Mar 9, 08:17
- Kit Joyce on Bet-Proofness as a property of Confidence Interval Construction Procedures (Not realized intervals): “I think your argument had even more weight when you pointed out that the Bayesian with just *some* good prior…” Mar 8, 21:28
- Daniel Lakeland on Bet-Proofness as a property of Confidence Interval Construction Procedures (Not realized intervals): “Yes, I think it was so long winded because it WASN'T obvious, and also because there is this punning "bet…” Mar 8, 17:30
- Chris Wilson on Bet-Proofness as a property of Confidence Interval Construction Procedures (Not realized intervals): “Personally I found that discussion a bit long-winded - thanks for summarizing your thoughts! At the end of the day,…” Mar 8, 17:08
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