Cover: Some Comments on the Efficiency of Significance Tests.

Some Comments on the Efficiency of Significance Tests.

by J. E. Walsh

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A discussion of an estimate method which determines the efficiency of a significance test. This process associates a statistic with the test and defines the efficiency of the test to be the efficiency of the statistic considered as an estimate. Its power function implications are examined for several cases in which uniformly most powerful tests exist. (Published in Human Biology.)

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