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The fundamentals concepts for hypotheses testing will be presented from both frequentist and non-frequentist perspectives.

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The student will acquire a solid exposition of modern ideas in statistical inference. The fundamentals concepts for hypotheses testing will be presented from both frequentist and non-frequentist perspectives. Alternative philosophical approaches to inference such as likelihood ratio, Bayesian methods, and fiducial methods will be described. The intellectual challenge and excitement of various current controversies in statistical inference will be conveyed to the student.

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