Bad Statistics: Ignore or Call Out?
Questions about “Too Good to Be True”
I disagree with Alan Turing and Daniel Kahneman regarding the strength of statistical evidence
Why isn’t replication required before publication in top journals?
Confirmationist and falsificationist paradigms of science
How does inference for next year’s data differ from inference for unobserved data from the current year?
Likelihood from quantiles?
My talk with David Schiminovich this Wed noon: “The Birth of the Universe and the Fate of the Earth: One Trillion UV Photons Meet Stan”
Suspicious graph purporting to show “percentage of slaves or serfs in the world”
“It’s as if you went into a bathroom in a bar and saw a guy pissing on his shoes, and instead of thinking he has some problem with his aim, you suppose he has a positive utility for getting his shoes wet”
One-tailed or two-tailed
What is the purpose of a poem?
He just ordered a translation from Diederik Stapel
Six quotes from Kaiser Fung
More bad news for the buggy-whip manufacturers
They know my email but they don’t know me
What do you do to visualize uncertainty?
Sokal: “science is not merely a bag of clever tricks . . . Rather, the natural sciences are nothing more or less than one particular application — albeit an unusually successful one — of a more general rationalist worldview”
Question about data mining bias in finance
Estimating discontinuity in slope of a response function
I can’t think of a good title for this one.
Study published in 2011, followed by successful replication in 2003 [sic]
My talk at the University of Michigan on Fri 25 Sept
I’m sure that my anti-Polya attitude is completely unfair
Waic for time series
MA206 Program Director’s Memorandum
“An exact fishy test”
People used to send me ugly graphs, now I get these things
If you do an experiment with 700,000 participants, you’ll (a) have no problem with statistical significance, (b) get to call it “massive-scale,” (c) get a chance to publish it in a
tabloid top journal. Cool!
Carrie McLaren was way out in front of the anti-Gladwell bandwagon