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As promised, let’s continue yesterday’s discussion of Christopher Tong’s article, “Statistical Inference Enables Bad Science; ..read more
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Bert Gunter writes: You may already have seen this [“Harking, Sharking, and Tharking: Making the Case for Post Hoc Analysis of ..read more
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I came across this news article by Samer Kalaf and it made me think of some problems we’ve been seeing in recent years involving cargo- ..read more
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Sandro Ambuehl writes: I’ve been following your blog and the discussion of replications and replicability across different fields daily ..read more
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This has come up before: – Basketball Stats: Don’t model the probability of win, model the expected score differential. – ..read more
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When I’m giving talks explaining how multilevel modeling can resolve some aspects of the replication crisis, I mention this well-known ..read more
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Gladwell is a fun writer, and I like how he plays with ideas. To my taste, though, he lives in an uncanny valley between nonfiction and ..read more
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This post is by Phil Price, not Andrew. If you write something and a substantial number of well-intentioned readers misses your point, the ..read more
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The philosopher wrote: The big move in the statistics wars these days is to fight irreplication by making it harder to reject, and find ..read more
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Oliver Schultheiss writes: I am a regular reader of your extremely thought-stimulating and educating blog. I am also one of those ..read more

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