|Pilar Iglesias (Chile)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sergio Weschler (Brazil)||email@example.com|
This talk will show how exchangeability of binary (0-1) variables and Bayes' formula may be used to introduce inference in finite populations in introductory statistics courses. As an example, determination of sample size is considered to show how the framework joins three key concepts: exchangeability, inference, and decision-making.
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