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If you are working with censored data (that is, you only know a lower bound for the value of some observations), can you still use the Chi-square approximation for the statistic $D \equiv -2r(\theta_0) \approx \chi_{(1)}^2$ where $\theta_0$ is the true parameter of the distribution?

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