No, no, I was playing with the irrelevant fact that Bayes, Bertrand, Borel all had a B as their initial letter.

]]>Maintenant je suis intrigué. C’était une faute de frappe, non?

]]>B: I did not realise it could have this interpretation. Certainly not my intent!

]]>Applying the standard hypothesis testing approach to multiparameter problems of course faces more sizeable obstacles. This is probably the reason why Mayo tends to steer away from discussing this latter issue.

P.S. If (in your 2nd sentence) you are classifying both Bertrand and Borel as being “B” (grade?) mathematicians, then I would be happy being in the Z category (!)

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