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Drawing conclusions about population parameters from sample data. See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Inference and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Statistical_inference

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inference conditional on that particular set of regressors (and have no ambitions to say that inferences, parameter estimates, variance estimates etc. would have been the same had we seen a different … stochastic regressors, I am wondering if anyone here knows of an example of an estimation or inference procedure that is valid for say fixed regressors but breaks down when they are stochastic (and will be conditioned on). I am looking forward to seeing those examples! …
asked Apr 4 '15 by Hirek
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-evolving society with its many relationship. Therefore, the best inference you can hope to do is under the assumption that whatever it is you are studying is time-invariant, or at least has concluded its …
answered Apr 2 '15 by Hirek