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Compact Guide chapters 5, 6, & 7

It’s a new year and time for a new batch of chapters from A Compact Guide to Classical Inference. These chapters complete the setup for a dramatic development to come in the next release, where the simple formulation of statistical inference which will unify all the different settings found in the introductory course–difference between two means, difference between two proportions, slope of a regression line–into a pair of simple formulas and a test statistic F that directly handles both hypothesis testing and the construction of confidence intervals.

Chapters 1 through 4 brought us to the point where we can measure variation and model variation in the response variable as a function of explanatory variables.

Now, Chapter 5 uses the model function in a very simple way to find model values, the output of the model when the function is applied Read more