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Understanding the significance level of a confidence interval

It just indicates that if you repeat your experiment 100 times (e.g., draw random samples of size n from the population and construct the ...
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What is the probability of a fair coin flip that has already occurred?

As a frequentist, once the coin has been flipped but with the outcome still unknown, I could state "we are 50% confident that the outcome is heads" (the "we" here being the ...
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What misunderstanding does this refer to?

I find the term set estimator (cf. $\rm [I]$) more apt than the conventional confidence set (interval). Let $\mathcal C\subset \mathcal P(\mathbb R^n); \mathbf \Theta\subset \mathbb R^n.$ Set ...
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