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Simultaneous statistical inference.
Rupert Griel Miller
1966 by McGraw-Hill .
Written in English
|Series||Series in probability and statistics|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
Main articles: Statistical distanceAsymptotic theory statisticsand Approximation theory Given the difficulty in specifying exact distributions of sample statistics, many methods have been developed for approximating these. A few minor typographical errors in the original edition have been corrected in this new edition. The blue point corresponds to the fifth smallest test statistic, which is More generally, semi-parametric models can often be separated into 'structural' and 'random variation' components.
Methods which rely on an omnibus test before proceeding to multiple comparisons. With finite samples, approximation results measure how close Simultaneous statistical inference. book limiting distribution approaches the statistic's sample distribution : For example, with 10, independent samples the normal distribution approximates to two digits of accuracy the distribution of the sample mean for many population distributions, by the Berry—Esseen theorem. Based on the Poisson distribution with mean 50, the probability of observing more than 61 significant tests is less than 0. The acronym FWER is becoming more and more common, so will be used in the sequel, often along with another name for the concept as well.
The red point corresponds to the fourth largest observed test statistic, which is 3. Many stepwise variable selection methods involve multiple inference. Methods where total alpha can be proved not to exceed 0. There is in general no reason to believe that the samples giving a Type I error for one test will also give a Type I error for the other test. The material in Goldberger is more advanced and optional. In this case, we need to focus on the confidence level.
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Models and assumptions[ edit ] Main articles: Statistical model and Statistical assumptions Any statistical inference requires some assumptions. Methods where total alpha can be proved not to exceed 0. What to do about it Unfortunately, there is no simple formula to cover all cases: Depending on the context, the samples giving Type I errors for two tests might be the same, they might have no overlap, or they could be somewhere in between.
Suppose that in fact all model Simultaneous statistical inference. book are satisfied and both null hypotheses are true. As with the FWER, there are various methods of actually bounding the false discovery rate6. DRM Free. Ramachandran, which was meager but the best available at the time.
Limiting results are not statements about finite samples, and indeed are irrelevant to finite samples. All readers get free updates, regardless of when they bought the book or how much they paid including free. Bounding the FDR rather than the FWER may be a more reasonable choice when many inferences are performed, especially if there is little expectation Simultaneous statistical inference.
book harm from falsely rejecting a null hypothesis. The well-known Simultaneous statistical inference. book model is a set of semi-parametric assumptions.
My wife, Barbara, again cheerfully assisted in the proofreading. Failure to disclose the full extent of tests and their results in such a case would be highly misleading. The original edition included the table by K.
However, if a method that applies to the specific situation is available, it will often be better less conservative than the Bonferroni method. Hahn and R. ISBN: The blue point corresponds to the fifth smallest test statistic, which is These are generalizations of confidence intervals to more than one dimension.
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Descriptions of statistical models usually emphasize the role of population quantities of interest, about which we wish to draw inference.
In this case, we need to focus on the confidence level. See Data Snooping for more discussion. For large-scale testing problems where the goal is to provide definitive results, the familywise error rate remains the most accepted parameter for ascribing significance levels to statistical tests.
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