Lady tasting teaSource:
Lady tasting tea experiment was described in Fisher (1935) to test the ability of a lady who said she tell whether the tea or milk was added first to a cup of tea.
The experiment consisted of preparing eight cups of tea, four with milk poured first and the other four with tea poured first. The lady has been told in advance that there are four of each kind of preparation.
This data consists of the same experimental structure and result but the order presented in practice is unknown.
The cup number.
The cup of tea prepared with milk or tea first.
The guess by lady which one was poured first.
Whether the lady's guess was correct.
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