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Dear Mayo and others
Dear Mayo and others,Here, p1 = 0.08 and p2 = 0.242 are not sifginicant at alpha = 5% (i.e., there is no statistical evidence to reject the null hypothesis at 5% of significance). OK, they are not sifginicant at alpha = 5%, but can we claim evidence for this null hypothesis? Both two experiments produced non-sifginicant results, however, as the first has severity of 97% and the second has severity of 83%, can one argue that the first experiment gives more evidence for the null hypothesis (since in the first experiment we did not reject with higher severity than the second one)? If so, we have here a possible contradiction as claimed in the paper, isn't?Thanks for any help,Alexandre





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