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I was reading a blog post by the statistician William Briggs, and the following claim interested me to say the least. What do you make of it? What is a confidence interval? It is an equation, of ...
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### Boston University School of Public Health web page on confidence intervals [duplicate]

I'm wondering about the correctness of the Boston University School of Public Health's web page on confidence intervals, particularly the interpretations. For example, specific interpretation ...
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