Book Review: Fisher, Neyman, and the Creation of Classical Statistics

Erich Lehmann’s last book, which was published after his death, is on the history of classical statistics and its creators. Specifically, how his mentor Jerzy Neyman and his adversary Ronald Fisher helped lay the foundations for the methods that are used today in several fields. This post is intended to be a general review/summary of the book, which I recommend to everyone and anyone who is interested in statistics and science. Read More
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