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How do you know when you're being statistically sound? What is statistical soundness, anyway? Luckily, we've just the paper…
How do you know when you're being statistically sound? What is statistical soundness, anyway? Luckily, we've just the paper…
Wie bei den meisten Problemen für die wir keine definitive Antwort haben, wird die Welt des Schmerzes mit einem Überangebot an…
On p-value abuse in statistics: "If you use p=0.05 ... you will be wrong at least 30% of the time" https://t.co/9cU7TkyozH -fanta…
David Colquhoun on the tyranny of p-values! http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/140216
David Colquhoun on the tyranny of p-values! http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/140216
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An investigation of the false discovery rate and the misinterpretation of p-values
Può essere interessante da leggere (per essere, o meno, d'accordo!) http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/140216#sec…
“Si usted usa p=0.05 para sugerir que ha hecho un descubrimiento, usted estará equivocado al menos el 30% de las veces”. http://r…
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CUESTIONANDO EL VALOR ESTADISTICO DE LAS INVESTIGACIONES: ¿Conoce el p-value? ¿Sabe cuáles son sus virtudes y problemas?
Retweeted Kevin Tipton (@stirproftip): why is p=0.05 the default
Acerca de p-values. Por favor, leerlo. Vía @RoyalSociety. "There has been something of a crisis in science. It has become…
I want you all to read this paper! rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
A very readable piece on why you will be wrong at least 30% of the time at p≤.05 @david_colquhoun http://t.co/didePEVRy6
Well written and sobering article about the inadequacy of current methods for doing the crucial task of sorting real results…
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I "discovered" this article which I find very "significant" ... or am I making a fool of myself? rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
With p>0.05 you will be wrong at least 30%!!!!! rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
Interesting. There's been a lot of talk recently about the validity confidence intervals as an arbitrary standard. rsos.royalsoci…
An investigation of the false discovery rate and the misinterpretation of p-values http://t.co/aj9HYzoIZD RT @tomcrowthersoil #re…
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This is an essential read for anyone in the business of doing scientific research that involves evaluating a sample, and…
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Many (false and naive) applications of the p=0.05 significance criterion always looked fishy to me. Assume for example 10…
"If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30% of the time. If, as is often the…
Un asterisco te puso contento...? If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30…
Abstract: If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30% of the time. "New study…
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"If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30% of the time. If, as is often the…
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As noted by Chris Carleton (Thanks, Chris), must read. rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
Must read. rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
Very interesting. And I guess something we all know, in a 'back of the mind' sort of way.
In an article in the journal _Royal Society Open Science_, David Colquhoun says that if scientists use p=0.05 to suggest that…
In an article in the journal _Royal Society Open Science_, David Colquhoun says that if scientists use p=0.05 to suggest that…
In an article in the journal _Royal Society Open Science_, David Colquhoun says that if scientists use p=0.05 to suggest that…
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Nice summary of statistical significance here in the Royal Society of Open Science . "If you use p=0.05 to suggest you have…
http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/140216.abstract You have been warned... rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
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If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30% of the time. If, as is often the…
EVERYTHING IS A LIE!!! To read later. Daniel Cardoso rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
We often state in our scientific writing that our observation is "significant"ly different. But is it? This article from the…
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This is the sort of thing I love--realizing that 86% of the time when a medical test indicates a positive result, it's a false…
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nnoooo p why u do dis ?? :c "If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will be wrong at least 30% of…
Se você usa p=0,05, você tem uma chance de estar errado em 30% das vezes. http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/1402…
If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery,ou will be wrong at least 30% of the time. If, as is often the case…
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Here is an article on the problems of p values and misinterpretations of scientific data. It is an important concept for…
http://rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/1/3/140216 Diogo Provete, via Pedro Rodrigues. rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
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"All of the approaches above suggest that if you use p=0.05 as a criterion for claiming that you have discovered an effect you…
required reading for any scientist who uses numbers (or for any concerned citizen wondering what to make of media scare stories)…
Lies, damned lies, and statistics. That's the name of a famous 1960's book about the perils of throwing numbers around. Now…
The statiticians have a bone to pick. Wonderful read on why the P value is only as good as the power of the study itself. http:…
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A bit of real work. My paper on the interpretation of statistical tests of significance has appeared as a paper in a proper…
"It is already clear that if you use p=0.05 as a magic cut off point, you are very likely to make a fool of yourself by…
Retweeted Jorge Esteves (@JEsteves_osteo): Nice paper! If you use p=0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you will…
We should read this first.... rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
Not an easy read, but this is about how science works (or how it should work). rsos.royalsocietypublishing.org
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http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.5296
An investigation of the false discovery rate and the misinterpretation of P values - David…
Another interesting article regarding P-values and its interpretation. "If you are foolish enough to define “statistically…
We really need to get some *proper* statistics in research careers. Urgently!
An Investigation of the False Discovery Rate and the Misinterpretation of P Values http://arxiv.org/abs/1407.5296 The…
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Indignant abstract of the week: "If you use P = 0.05 to suggest that you have made a discovery, you’ll be wrong at least 30…