
Pvalue: A Bless or A Curse for EvidenceBased Studies?
As a convention, pvalue is often computed in frequentist hypothesis tes...
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An Orthogonality Principle for SelectMaximum Estimation of Exponential Variables
It was recently proposed to encode the onesided exponential source X in...
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A DoubleEdged Sword: Security Threats and Opportunities in OneSided Network Communication
Onesided network communication technologies such as RDMA and NVMeover...
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Twosided confidence interval of a binomial proportion: how to choose?
Introduction: estimation of confidence intervals (CIs) of binomial propo...
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Velos: Onesided Paxos for RDMA applications
Modern data centers are becoming increasingly equipped with RDMAcapable...
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Reply to Chen et al.: Parametric methods for cluster inference perform worse for twosided ttests
Onesided ttests are commonly used in the neuroimaging field, but twos...
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Coded equivalence of onesided topological Markov shifts
We introduce a notion of coded equivalence in onesided topological Mark...
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Resurrecting the OneSided Pvalue as a Likelihood Ratio
The onesided Pvalue has a long history stretching at least as far back as Laplace (1812) but has in recent times been mostly supplanted by the twosided Pvalue. We present justification for a bijective relationship between the onesided Pvalue and a likelihood ratio based on maximum likelihood, a relationship that cannot be demonstrated for the twosided Pvalue. A number of criticisms of Pvalues are discussed and it is shown that many of these criticisms are not justified when a likelihood ratio interpretation of a onesided Pvalue is employed. Converting a onesided Pvalue to a likelihood ratio provides the advantages of the likelihood evidential paradigm.
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