Fiducial inference: Difference between revisions

Change "Fisher says" to "Fisher might say"
(Change "Fisher says" to "Fisher might say")
Thus
:<math>a = (1-\alpha)^{\frac{1}{n}} .</math>
Then Fisher says{{Citationmight needed|date=October 2010}}say that this statement may be inverted into the form
:<math>P\left(\omega < \frac{X}{a}\right) = \alpha .</math>
In this latter statement, ω is now regarded as a [[random variable]] and ''X'' is fixed, whereas previously it was the other way round. This distribution of ω is the ''fiducial distribution'' which may be used to form fiducial intervals.
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