#StackBounty: #mathematical-statistics #likelihood Did Mayo refute Birnbaum's proof of the LP?

Bounty: 50

This is somewhat related to my previous question here: An example where the likelihood principle really matters?

Apparently, Deborah Mayo published a paper at Statistical Science refuting Birnbaum’s proof of the likelihood principle. Can anyone explain the main argument by Birnbaum and the counter-argument by Mayo. Is she right (logically)?


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