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A Myth Surrounding Confidence Intervals

Sebastian Sauer takes us through confidence intervals:

Some one claims:

“A CI is the interval where 95% of all possible sample means fall into”.

Let’s check that.

Read the whole thing. Confidence intervals have their value, but this is one case where the frequentist model of statistics can trip you up between hypothetical and real, changing an accurate statement into a myth.

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