## Could Fisher, Jeffreys, and Neyman Have Agreed on Testing? (2002)

by
James O. Berger
,
Ronald Fisher

Citations: | 29 - 2 self |

### BibTeX

@MISC{Berger02couldfisher,,

author = {James O. Berger and Ronald Fisher},

title = {Could Fisher, Jeffreys, and Neyman Have Agreed on Testing?},

year = {2002}

}

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### Abstract

Ronald Fisher advocated testing using p-values; Harold Jeffreys proposed use of objective posterior probabilities of hypotheses; and Jerzy Neyman recommended testing with fixed error probabilities. Each was quite critical of the other approaches.