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Type I and Type II Errors for Dummies

Written By: Jason Shafrin - May• 12•14

In previous posts, I have describe in detail what constitutes Type I and Type II errors.  This figure, however, conveys the concept much more succinctly.

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HT: Marginal Revolution.

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  1. Rho says:

    Good stuff, Jason.

    Hope someone shows to those political “leaders” who keep claiming to have “evidence-based facts.”

    Which, of course, conveniently are generated by “think-tanks” compromised of their former subordinates.

    What a load.

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