The Fallacy of Placing Confidence in Confidence Intervals. Morey, R D; Hoekstra, R; Rouder, J N; and Lee, M D , 2015.
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Interval estimates–estimates of parameters that include an allowance for sampling uncertainty–have long been touted as a key component of statistical analyses. There are several kinds of interval estimates, but the most popular are confidence intervals (CIs).
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abstract = {Interval estimates--estimates of parameters that include an allowance for sampling uncertainty--have long been touted as a key component of statistical analyses. There are several kinds of interval estimates, but the most popular are confidence intervals (CIs).}, 
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