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Fiducial Inference

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Fiducial inference is where you use inverse probability without incorporating prior probability distributions. This unusual technique is not widely used. Sprott (2000) states that this is probably because “…its unrestricted use produces contradictions.” pp. 77.

References:
Sprott, D. (2000). Statistical Inference in Science. Springer Series in Statistics..

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Fiducial Inference was last modified: September 11th, 2018 by Stephanie

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