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Because of their relative size? Because they were precisely different wars? Why? In that case, none of the 8 points involved have the same uncertainly level.

So you're saying that a statistical significance test requires that all data points used have the same level of uncertainty in order to hold? That means that you can't calculate statistical significance of the output of one factory compared to another - larger one... of one assets price to that of another - traded by a different bank... of one petri dish to another - not manufactured by the same company!

You're saying that statistical significance tests only hold in a controlled laboratory environment. Wow.

If that's true, then we'll never know whether the ICTY was biased. In fact, we'll never know that is was NOT biased.

by vladimir on Mon Mar 16th, 2009 at 08:48:15 AM EST
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