Luis A. Afonso wrote: > Bob wrote: > <snip> > *** But i find this curious: are you really saying that one must use > the Normal approximation with a continuity correction, rather than > the exact binomial calculation? If so, why? And why can't this be > disputed? *** > > My response > > OF COURSE NOT: I didn?t and I?ll never say such nonsense. > Actually, you did! This is what you wrote:
> Therefore ______this last one procedure improves almost FIVE TIMES > the result. To use it is an indisputable MUST.
Note that you describe it as something that must be done, i.e. that using the exact test must not be done, and don't qualify it at all. I guess you just let your rhetoric run away with you, which is why I checked.
But there, it's all cleared up now.
-- Bob O'Hara Department of Mathematics and Statistics P.O. Box 68 (Gustaf Hällströmin katu 2b) FIN-00014 University of Helsinki Finland