By Gary W. Oehlert

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We are trying to extrapolate over to a temperature of 120o, well beyond the range of the data. If the relationship is nonlinear (and it looks curved), the linear fit will give a poor prediction and the average log lifetime at 120o could be considerably higher than that predicted by the line. 3 Models and Parameters A model for data is a specification of the statistical distribution for the data. 5 gives the probability of a success and 10 is the number of trials. In this instance, the distribution depends on two numbers, called parameters: the success probability and the number of trials.

We put the slips of paper into a basket and mix them thoroughly. For each unit, we draw a slip of paper from the basket and use the treatment marked on the slip. • Treatment A is assigned to the first four units we happen to encounter, treatment B to the next four units, and so on. • As each unit is encountered, we assign treatments A, B, C, and D based on whether the “seconds” reading on the clock is between 1 and 15, 16 and 30, 31 and 45, or 46 and 60. The first method clearly uses a precisely-defined probabilistic method.

This is a clear violation of the likelihood principle. Of course, Bayesians don’t generally believe in testing or p-values to begin with. A fairly recent cousin of randomization inference is bootstrapping (see Efron 1979; Efron and Tibshirani 1993; and many others). Bootstrap inference in the present context does not rerandomize the assignment of treatments to units, rather it randomly reweights the observations in each treatment group in an effort to determine the distribution of statistics of interest.