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Undoubtedly the proper way to describe an inference is by the relevant distribution of degrees of belief, usually the posterior distribution. 4), inferences have not, in practice, been described this way. '. To answer this the concept of a confidence interval has been introduced. A value tion function and in this sense the integration of the normal density gives the correct approximation. The central limit theorem does not say that the density of x tends to the normal density, though usually this is true and conditions for it are known.

The statistics, x and s2 are most easily calculated by first evaluating Exi and Exi and then x = Exi/n, s2 = [Exi-(Ex2)2In]/(n-1). The latter result is easily verified (cf. 1). x and s2 are called the sample mean and sample variance respectively. , together with n, would be enough. What is required is at least enough for the likelihood to be evaluated: x and s2 are perhaps the most convenient pair of values. Posterior distribution of the mean Now consider theorem 1. The posterior distribution of 01 is given by equation (5).

6) These results are only valid if v > 4, otherwise the variance is undefined (or infinite). If v is large the values are approximately 0-2 and 2o4/v. Hence the two numbers at our disposal, 0'2 and v, enable us to alter the mean and variance of the prior distribution: o2 is approximately the mean (and also the most probable value) and V(21v) is approximately the coefficient of variation. Large values of v correspond to rather precise knowledge of the value of 0 prior to the experiment. The two quantities, 0-2 and v, therefore allow considerable variation in the choice of prior distribution within this class of densities.

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