In The Design of Experiments, Ronald A. Fisher writes, “We may at once admit tha

In The Design of Experiments, Ronald A. Fisher writes, “We may at once admit that any inference from the particular to the general must be attended with some degree of uncertainty, but this is not the same as to admit that such inference cannot be absolutely rigorous, for the nature and degree of the uncertainty may itself be capable of rigorous expression.” 1.Keeping in mind what you have learned this week, discuss the quotation. How “significant” should results be to be relied on? Are there situations or scenarios where the nature of the uncertainty affects the ability to infer from statistical results. 2.With examples, discuss Type I and Type II errors. Is one type of error consistently more detrimental?
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