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09-06-2012, 01:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Immanuel View Post
I read that part:
A few weeks ago, I discussed this article in another thread. The conclusion that "QoC doesn't matter" is largerly unjustified. Everything you bolded represents the author's interpretation of a rather simple calculation, and it can be reduced to "I believe the range of expected Corsi values is numerically small, therefore I believe such an adjustment isn't worth the effort." That's not evidence that QoC doesn't matter; at most, it's a rationale not to reject the null hypothesis before the actual tests are carried out, the problem being that no actual tests are carried out afterwards.

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