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Professor of philosophy of science, logic, experiment, statistical infere..
. This is a belated birthday post for R.A. Fisher (17 February, 1890-29 July, 1962)–it’s a guest post from earlier on this blog by ..read more
Mayo fights fire w/ fire I. Doubt is Their Product is the title of a (2008) book by David Michaels, Assistant Secretary for OSHA from ..read more
. My new paper, “P Values on Trial: Selective Reporting of (Best Practice Guides Against) Selective Reporting” is out in Harvard ..read more
. Stephen SennConsultant StatisticianEdinburgh ‘The term “point estimation” made Fisher nervous, because he associated it with ..read more
A. Spanos Aris Spanos was asked to review my Statistical Inference as Severe Testing: how to Get Beyond the Statistics Wars (CUP, 2018 ..read more
(reasonably) satisfied Remember when I wrote to the National Academy of Science (NAS) in September pointing out mistaken definitions of ..read more
 Just as in the past 8 years since I’ve been blogging, I revisit that spot in the road at 9p.m., just outside the Elbar Room, look to ..read more
An essential component of inference based on familiar frequentist notions: p-values, significance and confidence levels, is the relevant ..read more
. 2018 marked 60 years since the famous weighing machine example from Sir David Cox (1958)[1]. it is now 61. It’s one of the “ ..read more
. I’m reblogging a post from Christmas past–exactly 7 years ago. Guess what I gave as the number 1 (of 13) howler well-worn ..read more

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