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Note that there is no contradiction among these two results; both computations are correct.
Results of this kind are considered by some as arguments against the likelihood principle. For others it exemplifies the value of the likelihood principle and is an argument against significance tests.
Similar themes appear when comparing Fisher's exact test with Pearson's chi-squared test.
The voltmeter story[ edit ] An argument in favor of the likelihood principle is given by Edwards in his book Likelihood. He cites the following story from J.
Pratt, slightly condensed here. Note that the likelihood function depends only on what actually happened, and not on what could have happened.
An engineer draws a random sample of electron tubes and measures their voltage.
The measurements range from 75 to 99 volts. A statistician computes the sample mean and a confidence interval for the true mean. Later the statistician discovers that the voltmeter reads only as far asso the population appears to be 'censored'.
This necessitates a new analysis, if the statistician is orthodox. However, the engineer says he has another meter reading to volts, which he would have used if any voltage had been over This is a relief to the statistician, because it means the population was effectively uncensored after all.
But, the next day the engineer informs the statistician that this second meter was not working at the time of the measuring. The statistician ascertains that the engineer would not have held up the measurements until the meter was fixed, and informs him that new measurements are required.
The engineer is astounded. This story can be translated to Adam's stopping rule above, as follows.
Adam stopped immediately after 3 successes, because his boss Bill had instructed him to do so. Adam did not die. After the publication of the statistical analysis by Bill, Adam discovers that he has missed a second instruction from Bill to conduct 12 trials instead, and that Bill's paper is based on this second instruction.
Adam is very glad that he got his 3 successes after exactly 12 trials, and explains to his friend Charlotte that by coincidence he executed the second instruction. Later, he is astonished to hear about Charlotte's letter explaining that now the result is significant.UNITY OF COMMAND is the management principle that recommends that an individual have only 1 boss.
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