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Topic: The power of a test
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Luis A. Afonso

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Re: The power of a test
Posted: Jun 13, 2013 6:29 PM
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Before my careful and complete study (deserving high relevance) the R. Ulrich appreciation shows clearly how presumptuous and ignorant is in this matter.
The only truthfully goodness of fit tests are those based on the cumulative empirical distribution . . .
J-B on contrary is constructed on a false base which is the SUM of two parameterĀ“s estimations.
Ask him WHY he do not use Normality tests and you will the chance to a big laugh . . .

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