Incorporating the Subjective Probabilities in
the Hypothesis Testing Process
At the planning stage of a statistical hypothesis testing, both parties, namely the "producer", and the "consumer" agree on the testing process prior to taking sampling. In most cases, the consumer has some prior experience; therefore, he/she might be able to make a better decision by incorporating his/her subjective probabilities regarding trustfulness of the null hypothesis.
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