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Is the distinction between parametric and non-parametric statistics always clear-cut or do examples of a statistic exists which cannot clearly assigned to one of these categories?

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There are semiparametric methods which fall somewhere in between. A famous example is the Cox proportional hazards model, which has a nonparametric and a parametric model component.

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