The probability of a real fact
AbstractAny statistical observational unit is probabilistic. The probability of such a unit has to be computed on the basis of homogeneous data if we do not want to violate the basic principle of the calculus of probability. The model of the homogeneous representativeness can be employed to test data for homogeneity.
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Shvyrkov, V. V. (1990). The probability of a real fact. Statistica, 50(2), 159–169. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.1973-2201/830
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