What is Bayesian/Frequentist Inference? (from the normal deviate)

I see that Larry Wasserman (Normal Deviate) has an intricate blog post of relevance today: What is Bayesian/Frequentist Inference.  Firstly, I’m very glad he’s decided not to exile frequentist/Bayesian issues, as he had declared in starting his blog. Second, I would wish to suggest some revisions of certain points he lists; so it should be a good basis for discussion. I will come back to this when I return to NY from San Diego.

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