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back to [[Probability]] :[[Probability Axioms]] -- [[Frequency Probability]] -- [[Personal Probability]] Many statisticians adopt an ''eclectic'' view of the 1950's and 1960's debate between proponents of the frequency interpretation and proponents of personal probability. These eclectics say in essence, '''if it walks like a duck...'''. They are willing to consider any phenomena which obey the axioms of probability theory as a reasonable interpreation. Sometimes they will use methods associated with frequentists and at other times, they use ''Bayesian'' methods. ---- [[Dick Beldin]]