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This can be discussed without getting technical using a simple example. Let's say we have an estimator to estimate the maximum value of a population. (This estimator is biased but consistent, but let's not even get into the technical discussion of bias vs. consistency.). Now, consider the following case: You have a population of {1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, ...


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I think your video processing method is the intervention, and your population is "all the 18-80 year olds who drive". Statistical inference lets you take a sample from that population, run an experiment, and make a statement as to what might happen if this intervention were applied to the population. You really don't care about your sample. It's not your ...


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